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Topic # 12367 13-Mar-2007 18:36
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Howdy Folks,

I don't recall if I ever introduced myself or not but anyway.

I used to be in the US (Tennessee) but I just got my NZ work permit and I'm starting at Catalyst IT in Wellington a week from today doing some sort of high tech work or other.

When considering this move I found Geekzone and kept up with it to learn more about the local IT scene and people. I actually got a pointer to Catalyst from a soon to be coworker on the Geekzone IRC channel.

Hobbies include: hanging out and drinking coffee or beer, typing softwares and etc.

And taking pictures: http://www.flickr.com/photos/reedwade/



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  Reply # 63635 13-Mar-2007 19:44
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Catalyst eh? As long as you give that Don Christie a wide berth you should be OK there :)

Welcome aboard - I see you've managed to capture a typical Wellington summer with your photos.




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  Reply # 63636 13-Mar-2007 19:48
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juha: Catalyst eh? As long as you give that Don Christie a wide berth you should be OK there :)


oops, that's the dude who hired me


Welcome aboard - I see you've managed to capture a typical Wellington summer with your photos.


thanks


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