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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 29112 24-Dec-2008 07:51
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I work for an up and coming mobile company (yet to be named)!  I read the comments in the forums with great interest and finally thought it was time to participate!  Currently not enjoying the pouring rain here in Auckland the day before Christmas - where is Summer??!  I have a general interest in computers and enjoy messing around in databases. 

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  Reply # 185891 24-Dec-2008 08:02
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Welcome to Geekzone!

I say let it rain today (since I am at work)... and hopefully the sun comes out in the coming weeks!

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 185904 24-Dec-2008 08:46
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Thanks for the welcome!  I meant to say that I'm working for a mobile PHONE company not just a mobile company randomly all over the place - although "all over the place" probably describes me best at the moment!  Merry Christmas guys!

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Red Jungle

  Reply # 185952 24-Dec-2008 12:11
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Welcome to Geekzone!

Red Jungle: we make fantastic software

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Reply # 186035 24-Dec-2008 22:08
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Good evening from Wellington.  We've had a wet miserable day here too.  Not to mention the traffic madness with last minute shoppers...

Probably best you don't name the mobile company or you might get swamped with messages (good, bad and ugly) from people who think you're an official voice! Wink

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 186036 24-Dec-2008 22:28
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No worries about that - there's far too much at stake to say anything out of turn! 

I guess we're just having normal Christmas weather - rain as usual - it was pouring here earlier this evening.  Have a wonderful Christmas :)

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  Reply # 187009 2-Jan-2009 13:04
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Welcome to Geekzone! Looking forward toseeing you around..

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