Empowering The Community To Code


A lot of processes can be automated in our workplace. I think it is essential for the team to spend less time on repetitive work, and instead focus on building meaningful connections with the community. You tend to see WORQ staff and members collaborating on projects for the betterment of others. Here are four gentlemen hacking their way through Google App Scripting to develop automated solutions for their workplaces. They have no coding background, and they are already picking up TypeScripting. I believe anyone can code if they have the right intentions.

Richard Ong is the author of Mindsets and Core Purpose. He is deeply passionate about helping others develop new products and services for the future. He is also a business coach and keynote speaker, with multiple IBM Bravo and Performance awards. He was met by Prince Charles to discuss his entrepreneurial efforts in Malaysia and was featured on national radio.

Richard Ong earned his Masters in Business Administration from Victoria University, Melbourne. He was the president of the VUMBA Community from 2010 to 2011 and was recognised as a WORQ super-member in 2018 for his community-building efforts. He also teaches part-time at Sunway University and Jeffrey Sachs Center.

Visit roptcreate.com to learn more and to connect with him.