Heading to Helsinki Dev Meetup

Thursday, November 8th I'm really excited to once again have been invited to join the Episerver Developer Meetup in Helsinki!

My wife looks concerned at me when I tell her that I'm going to HEL(L) and back on thursday - but really, the only thing she should be concerned with, is how my humor has started to deteriorate to a point where it's mostly dad jokes (wait) that are left. Cause I have been lucky enough to go to Helsinki quite a few times over the last few years and hanging out talking with developers are fun, no matter where in the world you are.

So, when @epipetri asked if I was up for doing another developer talk, I wasn't hard to persuade.

Mysteriously, I've heard rumors that my 1 speaking slot has turned into multiple - but don't worry; EMVP @koodihahmo will also be there, so you might still learn something useful if you decide to join us (which you should!).

As per usual I always feel that 1 line of code beats 10 powerpoint slides, and if we multiple that up, I'll have the equivalent of 10.000 powerpoints to show you guys!

So - if you are in the area, circle the date, register for the event and let's have some fun on thursday. Be there or be #.

(ok, blog post is over now, you can switch back to the tab with the dad jokes now).

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