I just wanted to explain why my blog has been completely quiet for a pretty long time until tonight. Me and my other half har just migrated from Stockholm (Sweden) to Wellington (New Zealand). I’ve started working at Intergen as a developer, which means that I get to be in the real world instead of just teaching like I have for the lest 2 years. So the move has taken up a lot of my time, and then when I got here, it took about a month to get an apartment and the internet connection. So…that’s the reason…
And what happens when you get to the other side of the world? Well, a lot of things changes and some don’t. I attended my first ever usergroup meeting down here a week ago. A .NET usergroup meeting if you wonder…not a alcohol user meeting… Though with the amount of situations when you are offered beer down here, I might in the future.
And what happens when you attend a UG meeting down here? Well…there is Tim Heuer saying hi and wondering what I’m doing there. Well Tim, I live here now…and thank you for a great intro to Silverlight 3. I have played with it as I was part of the lucky people who got into the early adopters program, but it was too little time and too many new features. So thanks for the intro. I will try to blog a bit about the 3 realease soon…I promise!
And by the way Mr. Heuer…you are SO right about the connection speed. But as long as you only surf to places in NZ it’s not that bad. Too bad that the internet isn’t a local thing… :)