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Behind the scenes at Code Wars 2006

By on Dec 16, 2006 in Personal | 6 comments

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The Code Warriors are all set for Code Wars 2006, loads of work done in the past few days, so I thought with just one day left, might as well give you all a peek into out preparations.

So long for now, and be there at the biggest computer symposium in town. 18th and 19th of December 2006. Code Wars. It’s soBIG…


  1. Akshay Pabbi

    December 16, 2006

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    Nice post dude,gotta comment on various things ;-),

    1.with her constant Banimathlon-ish torrent of shouts tinged with large dollops of Bengali and Bong way in lists as Onkoor
    hehe,lol this is too funny…

    2.I got to work on the school’s server (that’s a first in school history – no other student has even got to touch it till now) and Virus scan of a 600 MB file, done in 8 seconds flat
    You’re lucky Onkoor,and that is fast.

    3.‘LAN testing
    going to miss this a lot..

    4.,You-Know-Who was pissed off at me, for getting him into trouble by adding some, er, ‘requirements’ in the duty list
    again this was too funny..

    5.We have full-length movies loaded in the school computers! Not even the Code Warriors knew that
    dude i knew this, it was me who told you this…

    ahh,its getting late,good work done,
    gtg will try to comment again and also again nice post..

  2. Great Quizzard

    December 16, 2006

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    Thanks a lot for all the nice comments yaar! :D

    BTW, I came to know it wasn’t a hosteler who’d loaded those movies. It was someone else… ;)

    • It used to be in teachers room in A-block computer lab in a corner. I don’t know whether it’s still there, now that they got Macs.

  3. Macs..Yeah. I touched one of them a few weeks back (A block Computer lab). I remember telling that to everyone and anyone whom I met.

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