A pretty hectic week.
Never go home before 7PM from client office, or at least I'd reach home by earliest 8PM. Tired to the max that I never got the chance to get myself a proper breakfast.
I signed in the gym station on the top level of client office--it's waaaay bigger than my boarding house de gym station. Had severe traffic jam on my first day exercising so I only exercised for around 30 minutes. Next time I shall go earlier (at 6AM probably? wow).
Then I never went exercise anymore since that day. Energy drained super fast that I couldn't even wake up early--I used to wake up at around 5AM for work but this week I have always gained consciousness at earliest 6:30AM. Can be considered short time to prepare everything and I even munched my brownies on the way to work.
The testing progress went; not entirely smooth. Since it's tight and hectic schedule (and some of our team members were going traveling for workshops woo) so we're splitting the SAP's Transaction Codes between us. Moreover; me and colleague had to multitask to create a super large size of Management Report so it's kind of crazy.
I really didn't feel like an intern at all since I was forced to have this big responsibility.
For testing, we need many many dummy data and because of some reasons, some of the dummy data is unavailable (and expecting them to upload the dummy data for testing step by step) so it actually halts our testing progress--well, but seeing the overall progress; I can roughly imagine that we progress about more than 50% in a week including review, sign off and printing.
I wanna chase all of the work lining that I left on Friday. I was testing a Transaction Code but the transaction was somehow not uniformed. In testing, I use few line of codings to be able to test many entries automatically. But it's useless when each entry has different situation. No way I would code differently for each entry--hard work, one result--very ineffective. So I was thinking that I would probably need to check most of those entries manually.
But I no longer had the mood yesterday so I told my senior colleague who helped me a lot that I will continue the work line on Monday. She's just too kind and said yes to me and told me to go home haha love you! *smooch*
Do you know those days when you're very tired; until you no longer have appetites for dinner?
That pretty much sums my week--and I miss dinner time. Wondering why dinner time is always the best and I start skipping it. Might as well see the positive side that I'm losing weight!
Am I? Ahahahaha.
I don't think so.
Lots of love ♥