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26 julio

Europython 2010: back home

Just finished adding the posts about the conference

Europython 2010

I've just finished to post everything in my blog some minutes ago. I've added the last 2 posts with the date/time when I wrote them, instead of the date/time when I published them.

I really wrote the posts offline every night, but I had to wait to post them because the lack of internet access in my ETAP room and the fact that the wifi connection in the conference didn't work most of the time. The first two days I went down to the hotel lobby, but even that wifi connection didn't work most of the time, so I decided to wait until being back home to publish the posts.

I didn't have a lot to write about Friday, I just spent the day traveling from Birmingham to Lugo, and I'm not going to bother you with it. I arrived home later than expected (once again there were some problems with the flight from London to A Coruña) and I was tired enough to crash on my bed and sleep like a baby on saturday. Today I took my time for going back through the week, learn some lessons and put everything in place.

I really enjoyed europython 2009, and europython 2010 was even better. I can't wait to see what will be europython 2011!

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