Bonfires

Guy Fawkes night is one of my favourite days of the year, as I’ve written about before. It’s the 400th anniversary, too. I see no reason why gunpowder treason should ever be forgot, indeed. This year we decided to not go to Himley Hall again, despite it being excellent, because the queues are too long and the event’s too expensive. We still went to a public display, though, because home fireworks are rubbish; again, it was great, although next year we’re going an hour late so we don’t have to sit for 40 minutes in the cold and wait for the display to start. The stall that sold bread pudding and tea was a welcome diversion, though. In other news, things have been pretty busy. We’re looking for a developer at work; if you’ve worked with classic ASP, SQL Server, XML stuff, some JavaScript, that sort of thing, and you want to build some nice advanced internal web apps and aren’t going to whittle on about how it’s impossible to be advanced without .NET, then drop me a mail at stuart.langridge@mills-reeve.com to tell me about yourself.

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