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SmartDuck

Member Since 27 Sep 2012
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 12:52 PM
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In Topic: Theme fixing

16 October 2017 - 10:49 PM

Great work. I love the bling bling theme. That was one of the reasons I got interrested in Enlightenment, great looking themes, something different.

In Topic: So Far harvest season has been extremely good

16 October 2017 - 10:34 PM

tannoys are super and the canton karat series are so great too so clean you can and i have mixed and recorded stuff with them too.  before i bought the tannoys.

 

sounds like you had a great harvest too.  small garden yet done compactly can produce great stuff with decent soil.

jams are great - esp. in the winter with fresh baked jams and fresh eggs.

 

:-)))

 

Off topic... but I know Tannoys and Cantons sound great.... but if you have the skills try to build your own monitors. I use Tang Band full range units, they sound amazing, very life like, like if the band sits in your room and lots of fine details.

In Topic: Jobs and stuff

16 October 2017 - 10:18 PM

Lead software engineer / scrum master, most of the time programming with C# .NET, HTML, CSS and Java ME for embeded devices.

The latest 8 months I learned to work with Typescript (Angular 4, don't use it, it's piece of crap!).

I work for a company that is responsible for monitoring and control of +/- 3000 pump stations in the netherlands.

Supervisory control and data acquisition from pump stations used in sewer systems, water treatment and land drainage.

 

For hobby I program with Javascript, PHP and Python.

And I'm studying psychology. End next year I hope to the get a degree. In the future I hope to make a career switch.

In Topic: Bodhi 4.3.1 Released

14 September 2017 - 10:17 PM

Little busy lately, had the time to upgrade and check. No problems here. Alle apps I use run fine.

In Topic: So Far harvest season has been extremely good

14 September 2017 - 07:35 PM

Great to read you had a good harvest.

We had a good harvest too, not much, we have a small garden.

This year we have beets, parsnip, turnip, spinash, vigs, raspberries, strawberries, prunes, tomatoes (3 different kinds), courgette, cucumber and herbs: sage, oregano, mint (5 kinds), thyme, lemon balm etc...

Lots of peppers jalapegnos and habaneros, we make our own sambal and pica (habanero peppers with unions in vinegar).

And prune jam: http://www.smartduck...=view&id_post=5