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Right after the release of the 2nd Generation Pokemon in Pokemon Go, I’ve got my scanners working and collecting Pokemon spawn data. Over the last 24 hours (minus a few hours of downtime), I’ve collected 182,898 individual spawn data for Gen II Pokemon.
As I begin working on the data, here is a quick glimpse of how rare different Pokemon are.
First of all, thank you for your support for the previous posts. If you’ve missed the post about ultra-rare Pokemon, it’s here. If you’ve missed the one on the starter Pokemon, it’s here . This post will cover the remaining Pokemon nests in Singapore, featuring Dratini’s nest for players to farm up their Dragonite.
With this post, most of the Pokemon nest will have been revealed with the exception of Gastly, Hitmonlee, Hitmonchan & Likitung. The reason for leaving that 4 Pokemon out is that their appearance rates belong to the Ultra-rare group. To view the Pokemon nest plotted on Google map, scroll to the bottom of the entire post.
The last Pokemon nest map featuring Chansey, Lapras, Porygon, Aerodactyl, Snorlax and Dragonite was very well received. And as promised I’ve added more Pokemon nests to the map. This time featuring the starter Pokemons, Clefairy, Vulpix, Jigglepuff, Diglett, Growthlith and Onix!
As Google map only allow a limited number of layers, I’ve placed the new nests on another map. The links are as followed:
Map 1 (1, 4, 7, 25, 27, 35, 37, 39, 50, 52)
Bulbasaur, Charmander, Squirtle, Sandshrew, Pikachu, Clefairy, Vulpix, Jigglypuff, Diglett, Meowth
Map 2 (56, 58, 95)
Mankey, Growlith, Onix
Map 3 (113, 131, 137, 142, 143, 149)
Chansey, Lapras, Porygon, Aerodactyl, Snorlax, Dragonite
So its been a couple of weeks since I’ve worked full time in Captivoo. Now that the first phase of product development is completed, I’ve shifted focus to sales and marketing. How will things look like when you put a computer scientist into sales and marketing role?
Having worked in startups I understand the importance of having press coverage. It gives you instant audience, not to mention credibility of some sort. So I thought what would it be like to be on the other side of the coin. That’s when I joined TechInAsia as a contributor.
Talking about failure is almost a taboo in our society, especially the not-so-forgiving Singapore. Social media became wall of fame for other’s success, but not ours. Everyone talks about success. It seemed that every day some ‘lucky’ companies get acquired. Or someone got promoted. Or someone got married. Everyone around you appear a lot more successful than you are. What about failure? Does no one fail? Let me share with you some of my failures from the last one year. Some are funnier, crazier, or dumber than others. Some are probably waiting for me to work on it further before it succeed. You judge for yourself.
It has been a long while since I last read a book. Of course, there is no reasons, just excuses. Books are expensive and reading does takes up time. But good books are worth the read. Yesterday, I bought (and finished) the book Oversubscribed – How To Get People Lining Up To Do Business With You.
After deliberating at the bookstore for very long, searching for online reviews, and of course finding for downloadable version, I’ve finally decide to buy it. All for a simple reason, I want to get oversubscribed. Note the difference between oversubscribed and overworked.
I have been wanting to start a blog since eons ago. And for that long, I’ve been procrastinating. Finally a couples of days go, I’ve picked a nice blog design (and also paid a dear price for it). So what’s the deal with this blog?