The Internship

The Workspace

With colourful bean bags and glass windows with inspirational quotes and creative ideas! The Techy Hub is definitely an unconventional yet a positive and comfortable place to work in. Plus, the access to the Xbox adds to the perks of working here!

You’ll often find the guys playing Counter-strike once they’ve gotten their work done.

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With a long break in between college and university, we, the interns, needed to make good use of our time. We have learned the fundamentals of programming, from variables and loops to Swift language and how to work Xcode, Android Studio and Unity. All this in our third week here! 

Aside from that, we have expanded our knowledge on social media marketing techniques; covering areas such as brand presence, high quality posts and social media analytics.

Lending a helping hand

Although we managed to work independently, the guidance from The Techy Hub experts were of help to us in developing our programming skills. The Techies gave us instructions and we followed. We began to work together, discovering new methods and ideas whilst learning from mistakes. Moreover, we learnt to ask intelligent questions and source for solutions through research. We also provided an opportunity to teach the children of Trinity Children’s Centre simple coding programs. In addition, The Techy Hub regularly services the computers at the centre.

Interning here provides a real world experience, which will be valuable in the future. The skills and knowledge which will be picked up at The Techy Hub gives us an edge in the competitive market for programming and networking, both a heavy influence on many modern businesses in today’s world.

We’ll also be posting regular updates on The Techy Hub Facebook page so be sure to look out for it!

Lunch at Damansara Jaya

1. Chow Yang Kopitiam

Char siu fan – RM6 – 8
Pan mee – RM6 – 7
Chap fan (rice accompanied by egg, chicken and vegetables) – RM6 – 10
Pork noodles – RM6 – 7

What more do you want?! Despite this place being our go-to when it comes to lunch, we are always too stoked to dig in before taking a picture #priorities

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2. The Magic Wok


Chinese food is usually a favourite amongst all walks of life and I think it owes mostly to the fact that the cuisine is full of variety, which you will find at the Magic Wok. There is Tofu topped with sliced abalone to Golden Butter chicken and Creamy Butter prawns..yaaassss

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The Magic Wok

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3. Choong Kee Kampar Claypot Rice


Looking for a familiar taste coming from your hometown? Look no further because this place has got it covered. With a signature charred bottom, you will be left scraping for more!
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Pssst, want to plan early for tomorrow’s meal? Check out Chuup, located right next to the Clawset Cafe (great for dessert and animal lovers), for some traditional popiah or nasi lemak complemented with pork rendang!