There was a formal Monday this week. Formal Monday is a time to report to other employees what they learned and worked for a month. After the presentation, other employees ask some questions about it. The presenter will answer questions and receive feedback from other employees.
It was very difficult for me to present in English. As I prepared on the presentation, I found some things I didn't fully understand. So it took longer to prepare the presentation than expected.
I explained LiftPort's projects like Oreads and Tight-rope and I showed what I've learned and what I've done. Lastly, I got the feedback from Michael and knew exactly what I was missing or misinformed.
I made a business card database with Notion to manage our project partners. Holy moly! The notion has many great tools for making a database. The notion database is special for three reasons. First, They're highly customizable so I can add whatever types of data I want. Second, all item I add are a unique Notion page can organize more information. Third, I can view the same database in several ways to perform actions.
So I created new tables to add data like personal information and pictures of the business card. The notion makes it easy to identify information and to classify each item. I haven't finished it yet because I still have a lot of data left to type. But even if it takes a long time, we don't have to worry about losing any data once I've made it. I'm so happy to be able to easily find and contact a business partner for LiftPort with the database I created.
Aye Chihuahua! Time went by so fast that already 4 weeks passed and it became April. The United States has a terrible illness of COVID-19. Michael and I check the number of new cases every day on COVID-19 Global Cases at Johns Hopkins University (JHU) website.
The U.S. is now more than three times the number of China's confirmed cases and there is no sign that the number will decrease. We are embarrassed by the unexpected Government statement and shocked by the doubling the new cases in four-day cycles. Unfortunately, my internship is at the beginning of the Pandemic statement.