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Random musings..

It seems I haven't written anything for quite a long time. In regards to tech, there wasn't much to write home about lately. I've tried out a bit of android programming (ok, actually only got to the point of running the SDK examples on the emulator.. :P), I've dabbled a bit more with django and learned how to create form generated from the models, and of course learned a ton of things about plone. Currently my focus is more on attempting to port PloneMeeting over to be used on Plone 3. Still learning a lot more about this. I'm very excited about Plone 4. It's fast and it runs on Python 2.6. And that's basically it for tech more the less.

Apart form that, the current state of the country is pretty messed up if you ask me. I can't talk about it without feeling depressed. So I'm not going write anything about it here. It'll make me even more depressed.

On a happier note, my new house is almost ready to move in. Just have to unpack and organize all the stuff which we just brought back from Sepang Putra last week. There was quite a lot of things not to like about the house at first, but after a new coat of paint, some fans, a new sink and some pipeworks, it's turning to be pretty sweet. I'm hoping to finally be able to sleep at my own house by next week.

I really should try to write more often. My ideas are just not flowing anymore now.

Oh and one more thing. If you are in an organization which needs an easy to use intranet where members can share information, upload files, mark events easily, do contact us (ie Inigo Consulting). Manage & share your organizational knowledge. For more information go to http://www.inigo-tech.com. And once I can get PloneMeeting to work, you can even manage your meetings in your intranet too. Contact us now.. :D

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