Graduated from Department of Geography at the University of Indonesia. Already involved in a lot of projects with Government Organization and/or Non-Government Organization, mostly about mapping for disaster risk and social development, environment, and conservation. Back in 2011 until 2014, I was working with Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) for community mapping with OpenStreetMap and other open source software for geospatial, also with Australia-Indonesia Facility for Disaster Reduction (AIFDR), and Badan Nasional Penanggulangan Bencana (BNPB) for Scenario Development for Contingency Planning (SD4CP).
Now I am based in Christchurch, New Zealand to study Master of Geographic Information Science at the University of Canterbury.
I really like to meet new people and share knowledge especially about geography includes landscape and people. I’m on a mission to broaden my geography knowledge because I don’t like learning things just only based on the books and theories, I really would like to see, hear, and feel it by myself. Don’t hesitate if anyone wants to contact me.
This is my personal blog which I started in 2008. I called Whatever-I-Said because I wrote whatever things that matter (though some of them do not really matter) that I would like to tell to everyone. A lot of people thought that I should change my blog name to be Whatever-I-Typed. Well… but I keep with Whatever-I-Said until this time.