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IPv6 is a new type of Internet technology and is now included in the Cambridge IGCSE and A Level Computer Science syllabuses.
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Self-developed and programmed an automated reminder system for massively scanning website hidden modules.
Firstly used Big Data and AI Technologies (to maintain website and Internet security).
Ken’s Study Journey website interface 8.0 (colourful) updated.
Majorly restored memory and agility lost after overtaking others in the past years.
Made my sixth slogan (rhymed) “Study in Busy Time, Help in Free Time”.
Transferred SG-SIN (Singapore) server node to Hong Kong, China (CN-HKG) to enhance user experience for overseas students (e.g. university students in Hong Kong, China).
Made my seventh slogan (rhymed) “New Academic Year, Study Starts Here”.
Recovering the first idea, in 2020, of Study Journey: trains, made the new video/vlog intro, outro and title transition animations.
Made my fifth slogan (rhymed) “Let’s Strengthen Security on the State-of-the-art Technology”.
Invited by my Senior High School (GCGS) library sharing book recommendations.
Passed China ICP Registration* for Ken’s Study Journey website and servers. (ICP Register Number: 粤ICP备2023036527号)
* ICP (Internet Content Provider, i.e. website) Registration is required to use servers and CDNs (data centres) in China Mainland.
Moved main and core web servers to Guangzhou, China. (user data on other servers were deleted)
Changed the domain name to kenstudyjourney.cn
Added a Singapore edge server.
Invited by my Senior High School (GCGS) to Share Study Tips in a Lecture.
Invited by my IELTS School (New Oriental) to Share Study Tips in a Lecture.
Made my fourth slogan (rhymed) “Make Daily Goals, Burn like Coals.”
Invented my new “4BST (for British Summer Time)” productive study tip.
Invented a study tool: Knowledge Board in school apartment.
Hung "A* Flies to the Sky, Making your Future Bright!" banners in our school apartment and at my home.
Added and updated Events Days Left Board in our school apartment.
Enabled IPv6 on all server nodes.
Highly attached importance to IPv6 technology.
Made my third slogan “Great Study Habits are Productive”.
Invented my “Great Study Habits are Productive” posters.
Added a UK server to try to attract more visitors in Western countries (failed).
Reason: The Study Tips field outside China was well-developed far before Ken’s Study Journey was founded (from 2016 to 2017), using YouTube (not available in our region), by university students.
Added Green/Blue "IPv6" icon beside the website logo. (Green for IPv6 enabled and Blue for not enabled)
Raised server bandwidth to 12.5 MB/s (now 25 MB/s) to support 5G (and bandwidth over 100 Mbps) network development.
Attempted IPv6 and HTTP/2 support for Ken's Study Journey website.
Invented Daily Tasks List.
Elected by our School’s Student Union (Inspector of Disciplines).
Ken’s Study Journey website interface 6.0 updated.
Stopped using WordPress and replaced by self-programmed codes.
Made my second slogan (rhymed) “A* Flies to the Sky, Making your Future Bright!”.
Self-developed email anti-phishing system (with 18-digit unique codes) and applied it to the website.
Added audio articles.
Self-developed and programmed my first online productivity tool: Study Plan Manager (now Ken’s Study Planner) which could only be used by myself (now opened to the public).
Started inserting real-life knowledge (Green Boxes) in website articles.
Optimised my 2021 Personal Logo (adjusted the colour and location of the two blue triangles).
Invented and made English vocabulary cards.
Updated portable Daily Goals Checklist Booklet.
Changed personal brand and website names to “Ken’s Study Journey” instead of “Ken Deng”.
Changed the domain name to kenstudyjourney.com
Entered Senior High School.
Migrated web server to Tencent Cloud (Unmanaged; Server Location: Hong Kong, China) to attract more Chinese visitors (due to many Chinese visitors).
Updated Bedroom "Status Board".
Graduated from Junior High School (PCIS).
Made "Terminal of Junior High" poster, further facilitating Study Journey personal brand development.
Featured by my Junior High School (PCIS) as an Excellent Student. (also being Shared)
Determined the main topic of the website: Study Tips Sharing
Made "Terminal of Semester" poster and mentioned "Study Journey". (an inspiration of "Ken's Study Journey" brand)
Invented Bedroom "Status Board".
Updated my 2020 Personal Logo.
Published the first real-life knowledge on WeChat Moments.
Invented my first study tip: Discover, Apply and Share academic knowledge in real life.
Updated my 2020 website interface.
Entered the Top 10 in our grade and the Top 1 in our class in the mid-semester exam.
Overtook most students in our Junior High School (in Grade 9).
Featured by Tongcheng Tongmei (TCTM) as a Star Student. (in our region only)
Invented bedroom signs. (now replaced by Great Study Habits are Productive posters in 2022)
Changed website hosting provider to GoDaddy. (Managed WordPress; Server Location: Phoenix, US)
Added Chinese-Simplified (简体中文) language on the website.
Designed my first 2019 Personal Logo.
Made my first slogan “Keep Studying during the Holidays!”
Registered the first website domain name kendeng1603.com
Opened my personal blog/website “Ken Deng” (my English name) (kendeng1603.wordpress.com, English-only version, now deleted) using WordPress.com (Server Location: San Francisco, US)
Main Purpose: Communicate with English language speakers (using the Comment Form) and boost my English skills.
Discovered the first Physics knowledge in real life: s = vt
Realised the importance of studying.