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Travels

by Joel Spolsky
Monday, May 14, 2007

I'm heading off to the airport to go to Web.Start in Croatia.

Branimir Dolicki, who distributes FogBugz in German-speaking countries, has lived in Zagreb, and was kind enough to make a Google map suggesting some nice places to visit while I'm there.

On the way home, I'll briefly stop in Edinburgh to meet some readers and make amends for trying to annex Scotland to England. I've been reassured by the hotel that I only have to buy the first round, and there'll be a cash bar thereafter.


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