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I just got back home from the SuperHappyDevHouse Aotearoa, which turned out to be quite a nice event: lots of coders, lots of Mac and Linux, a few .NET developers, free food, free drinks, free Internet wireless connectivity.

Nice chats with the other .NET developers, mainly about the "usual" topics: ORM, dynamic languages, Reflector (which I finally decided to install).

I also helped Ivan migrate his blog to Subtext, importing all his old posts from DasBlog using Ayende procedure, only to discover at the end that his hosting control panel cannot change the .NET runtime, so we rolled back to migration, and wait till some support guy manually change the .NET runtime to 2.0. And I finally added a few Wellington .NET blogs to my blogroll... about time smile_regular

During the day I also worked on a small project for Subtext: I implemented a control to display advertisements by LinkLift, a German Text Link Ads company that asked me to be a beta tester.

If you want to have a look at the party-like atmosphere of the SHDH you can have a look at the pics on Flickr: shdhnz (here, here, here and here pictures depicting me)

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posted on Saturday, July 7, 2007 7:37 PM

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# re: Back home from SuperHappyDevHouse Aotearoa

Left by M Freitas at 7/11/2007 10:02 PM

It was good to see you there!

# re: Back home from SuperHappyDevHouse Aotearoa

Left by Simone Chiaretta at 7/12/2007 12:50 AM

Very nice event, but too many Linux developers ;-)

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