Jamie Tolentino

How to Say Goodbye to Winter Broken Skin

Jamie Tolentino | Posted 06.06.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Jamie Tolentino

Spring is finally here! Well, it technically started in March, but the weather still seemed like winter back then. However, it doesn't mean that the havoc that winter brought upon our skin is over. To get that healthy glow on our skin back, we ought to re-evaluate our skin care routines and lifestyle choices to fit the season.

How to Spend a Night at a Museum (For Real)

Jamie Tolentino | Posted 18.04.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Jamie Tolentino

A couple of museums put on adult only nights regularly so you may want to get on the mailing list or check their website on a semi-regular basis. However, sleepovers are rare to come by and most of the sleepover events I see are for kids.

Workout Wear You Should Invest in for 2015

Jamie Tolentino | Posted 26.02.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Jamie Tolentino

After the holiday festivities, sales are pretty much everywhere. Also, the fitness nut in you might start to feel repressed following the multiple Christmas lunches and dinners. Here are some essential workout pieces that you might want to invest in.

How to Winter-Proof Your Skin

Jamie Tolentino | Posted 09.02.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Jamie Tolentino

Winter weather can wreak havoc on your skin. The combination of freezing temperatures and central heating can leave you with dry, itchy and uncomfortable skin if you let go. With that in mind, here are a couple of simple to follow tips to get your skin looking healthy this season.

Takeouts From Droidcon London 2014

Jamie Tolentino | Posted 09.01.2015 | UK Tech
Jamie Tolentino

As usual, there were a lot of debuts and interesting parties present at Droidcon, so I have rounded up my top picks for this year.

Kitchen Essentials Worth Upgrading to in Your Mid 20's

Jamie Tolentino | Posted 09.10.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Jamie Tolentino

As you start to settle down into the workforce rhythm and have a steady source of income, you should start to think about having a healthy lifestyle instead of the basic bare minimum that you had as a student.

Alternative Ideas to Staying in Waiting Areas at Heathrow and St. Pancras

Jamie Tolentino | Posted 23.05.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Jamie Tolentino

If you live in London, you may find Heathrow and St. Pancreas two of the busiest points of departure from the city. However, there are better things to do in these ports instead of staying in the waiting areas if you've arrived early for your journey. Here are my top 3 suggestions to keep you chilled before crossing UK borders.

Realisations on Being a Finalist for the CIM Marketing Excellence Awards 2013

Jamie Tolentino | Posted 14.03.2014 | UK
Jamie Tolentino

For all those starting out in the marketing world, passion, work ethic and business support is what you should be developing.

Highlights From Droidcon London 2013

Jamie Tolentino | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Tech
Jamie Tolentino

Droidcon, the biggest conference for Android developers in Europe, came back to London last 24-25 October, bringing with it the world's most futuristic Android technology and the leading lights of the Android industry.

The Housebites Experience of Releasing My Inner Chef

Jamie Tolentino | Posted 07.09.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Jamie Tolentino

Housebites.com is an online 'ingredients for a meal' delivery service with the mission of empowering people to cook. They deliver the ingredients for a meal for two to your doorstep along with expert recipes and tips.

CodeMaker: Your Key to Understanding Digital Products for Non-Programmers

Jamie Tolentino | Posted 13.07.2013 | UK Tech
Jamie Tolentino

CodeMaker is a course that claims to give you a deeper understanding of how digital products are constructed and how they function through learning about the fundamentals of coding. The course is taught by Peter Brownell, an experienced software developer and the founder and CTO of CodePositive.

Startup Launchpad Is Back for a Second Round

Jamie Tolentino | Posted 14.06.2013 | UK Tech
Jamie Tolentino

Recently, there has been a fair bit of attention placed on the growing need to connect a generation of young people with the opportunities, vibrancy and energy of small startup and SME businesses.

Droidcon is Returning to London for Its Fourth Consecutive Year!

Jamie Tolentino | Posted 14.12.2012 | UK Tech
Jamie Tolentino

Droidcon London is Europe's largest Android event, bringing together key players in the industry as well as 1000+ talented developers and designers to discuss the best of business, design, and development on the Android platform.

LetsLunch Finally Puts the UK on its Plate

Jamie Tolentino | Posted 01.12.2012 | UK Tech
Jamie Tolentino

LetsLunch globally expands its vision of 'professional networking through lunches' with a private launch in the United Kingdom. Two Saturdays ago, Chr...

Want to Enjoy a Bit of Imagination?

Jamie Tolentino | Posted 18.06.2013 | UK Sport
Jamie Tolentino

With only a few days of London 2012 Olympics to go, chances are that it's already too late to get a ticket to any of the events - unless you have Olympic Family connections.

Apps for Good Awards Inspires a Digitally Enabled Generation

Jamie Tolentino | Posted 25.09.2012 | UK Universities & Education
Jamie Tolentino

Although we may find it inspiring that Apps for Good creates an environment and curriculum to empower today's youth, I went away with the thought that the real pressure is on us adults to support the youth's digital and entrepreneurial prowess.

Can You Really Learn to Code in a Day?

Jamie Tolentino | Posted 13.07.2012 | UK Tech
Jamie Tolentino

Over the past few months, I've been trying to learn how to code without much progress. What I mean by this is that I haven't actually taken coding off the browser.

Turn Your Kids Into Coders Outside School

Jamie Tolentino | Posted 19.06.2012 | UK Tech
Jamie Tolentino

So we've all heard about the plans for the UK government and various IT companies to help revamp the ICT education in schools so that it teaches coding instead of using software. But let's face it, it's not going to happen overnight. So if you're a kid or a parent wanting your kid to learn how to code now, you'd have to look for other options.

Level Up Your Code with Code School

Jamie Tolentino | Posted 06.05.2012 | UK Tech
Jamie Tolentino

Coding is hard for the average person to learn, but even harder for the average coder to teach. The problem with learning how to code is that it's like learning a foreign language with very strict grammar rules.

Coding Plus Charisma Leads to 16-Year-Old's Success

Jamie Tolentino | Posted 29.04.2012 | UK Tech
Jamie Tolentino

Learn to code, have good communication skills and work on your new idea driven by your natural curiosity. Be part of the next generation of geeks.

Can Learning to Code be a Fun Social Activity?

Jamie Tolentino | Posted 11.04.2012 | UK Tech
Jamie Tolentino

Probably so. Well, at least that's what I experienced in the first London Code Year meetup.

Tech Up Your Parents For 2012

Jamie Tolentino | Posted 14.03.2012 | UK Tech
Jamie Tolentino

Did your parents ask you to do some tech support over the holidays? And every holiday before that? If you're bored out of your wits answering the same questions over and over again, you may want to show this article which lists a couple of links they might want to check out.

The 'Geeks' Are Coming

Jamie Tolentino | Posted 11.02.2012 | UK Tech
Jamie Tolentino

I believe that 'geek' will become the norm, not the exception. So we have to skill up accordingly.