Julia mentioned something today about INETA that caught my attention
So why the reference to INETA? It just is a great example of why .NET User groups are forming all over the world - even in places that we think of as remote and are astonished that there would be advanced i.t. stuff taking place. Take a look sometime at the list of user groups on the INETA website and you'll see what I mean.
Well Julia let me take this as a good laugh (no offence there) but I just know now that Ireland is so remote and so retarded that we still don't have a *decent* INETA group here.
For god sake, Microsoft have their european headquarters in Dublin and I can't see any INETA member around :-(
Just sad, but happy for Vanuatu Pacific Island if at least they can have a user group.
If it's happen I swear I swap my jumper for an hawaiian shirt and I move there, just for the fun to have a user group meeting on a remote island. ;-)