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Not for IT Folks

Book / Novel


Not for IT Folks

by Ayu Welirang

Format: Paperback, Indonesian
312 page(s)
ISBN/ISBN13: /9786020660943
Published Jun 14, 2022 by Gramedia Pustaka Utama

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Erika Pramudia: 28 years old, DevOps Engineer, loves overtime, doesn’t want to have romantic relationships (especially with work colleagues).

Panca Pramana Putra: 31 years old, Full Stack Engineer, often called P3, quiet, doesn’t like socializing.

Lando Nandiko: 36 years old, VP of Engineering, a widower who finds it difficult to move on, and continues to chase Erika.

The three met in an integration project between e-commerce startups and e-wallets. Erika, who is only a staff member, inevitably has to meet Lando again as her new boss.

On the other hand, Erika begins to be curious about her co-worker named Panca, ever since she accidentally meets Panca’s mother in a poor condition. It seems that Panca is not just any guy. At least, not like most of the men, Erika has ever known.

Amidst the work routine and the pressure, Erika even experiences cases of stalking at the office and even at her house. Erika wonders, “Does her life as a startup employee will be like this forever?” Imprisoned by a bad work-life balance and a complicated personal life…



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