Hi! I am Isaiah Nathanael — pronounced as Ai-zai-ia Nuh-tha-nyl.

A men with few words, yet an opinionated-introvert with a passion for Information Technology (IT). I was born and bred in the southern state of Johor, Malaysia. This outspread my exposure to diverse ethnic cultures, languages, food, and believe-systems; intermingling and being part of a culture-rich society. I am now residing in the Republic of Singapore; a tech-savvy and Smart Nation focusing on Digital Society, Digital Economy, and Digital Government as the 3 key pillars.

Humblebrag. As for my profession, I have accumulated multiple years in the IT industry with hands-on technical and management skills. Embracing various skill sets along the journey. Currently, I manage IT Operations (ITOps) and support, part of global digital services / digital platform services with an Agile (Scrum/Kanban) method of working across the board for a Fortune 500 client company.

Avidly ravenous to tinker with all branches of technology. Paramour of minimal web design, just to keep the creative mind zestful.


Ventured into technology in the mid-1990s. Started 2D gaming on an IBM machine with Microsoft Windows 3.x desktop computer. Excelled by exploring web designing, computer programming, and server administration; all through hands-on trial and error.

I was fortunate to have founded a startup (bootstraped) company back in 2011, serving a host of clients globally. Iniciated my first Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) project in 2011 and my third Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) project in late-2013. No dragons or unicorns.


If you must know, I have an itch for Law and Human Rights. Supporter of Freedom of Speech and Expression.

As for religion, my stance is to argue and debate based on factual account of history, logical fallacies, and science-based corroboration. Ridicule bad, disgusting ideas, fight against racial-religious bullying and persecution. I try my level best to be unequivocal, spreading the good word of critical thinking.

Pleasure in the job puts perfection in the work — Aristotle