Hello, World!

Hi, I’m DaeIn Lee, a.k.a. Lazy Ren.
I’m currently working at SAP Labs Korea, and previsouly was CSE student of Hanyang University.
I like to solve brain teasing problems in field of CSE (probably the reason I liked multi-core programming / OS courses).
And I’m also a heavy gamer!
Pleaseh check my resume if you wish to know more about me.

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Work Hard to be Lazy

My motto to live by.

“Working hard to be lazy basically means investing the extra effort (working hard) at first so that it will pay off in the long run (be lazy).”

Re-evaluate your work processes

The lazy man will try to accomplish 2 hours worth of work in 1 hour’s time but sometimes at the expense of the work’s quality.
Think of it as efficiency = quality/time taken (referencing speed = distance/over).
If the time taken is reduced, either the job’s quality has to be lowered or the efficiency must be increased. Efficiency really relates to the work process.
So in order to keep the quality the same and reduce the time taken, the work process must be changed.

Don’t repeat yourself

After evaluating what you do, you may have some ideas of what you want to improve or modify.
Break it down to its core.

Try a new process

Be open to completely changing the way you work.
You can’t expect to become more productive unless you pay a price at first.

Refine yourself

By refining yourself I mean going through this work hard to be lazy process in iterations.
Try a new process, if that doesn’t help as much as you hoped, try another process.
The worst thing that could happen is that you don’t find any improvement in your work process and go back to your original process and just work hard.
Did you lose anything?

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DaeIn Lee

HANA Core Developer at SAP Labs Korea.
Please check my Resume to find out more about me!