I had a thoroughly enjoyable evening last night at the monthly GeekUp Liverpool meeting – if you are in the North of England I encourage you to take a look at GeekUp – there are groups operating in many of the larger cities in the North and its a great place to meet people with like minds (and some others who look at the world from a whole different angle).
Many thanks to all those people who left kind comments and emails on the 100th edition of the Morning Brew. Today’s edition is a relatively large one due to the Bank Holiday Weekend, and there will be a few more links from the weekend making their way into tomorrow’s Brew too.
So, I’ve made it to 100 editions of the Morning Brew – When I started this back in January I really didn’t expect it to last this long – and now with 100 editions, with no days missed out (apart from the planned UK Bank Holidays), and having been overseas a couple of times and still managing to get the brew out I think I’ve got the process licked.
Since this is a significant edition, here are some (useless) facts:
Anyway, my thanks to the people that are actually reading and enjoying The Morning Brew, and now on with the normal content:
Last double digit edition of the Morning Brew today – Tomorrow I enter the triple digits!
Another shorter post today – Google Reader was acting up this morning, giving me more errors than posts to read. Assuming things are working well tomorrow will b a catch up post.
A little short on content today, a lot of the blogging in the past 24 hours seems to be taking the form of a ‘barfight’ about the Entity Framework (amongst others), and I don’t really want to cover that sort of thing.