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Aug 30, 2012
Michael Levin left a comment for Nsubuga Hassan
"Hi Nsubuga, Thanks to the web, I came to Mbale for a virtual visit! Here's a little of what I saw: JCertif is just around the corner. So, here's one route from Mbale to Brazzaville. Google Maps doesn't always give the most…"
Aug 30, 2012
Nsubuga Hassan left a comment for Michael Levin
"Thank you Michael Levin for the invitation, I am moving around CODETOWN and hope to meet you and many others on the streets down here, so we will get to know more about us! "
Aug 29, 2012
Michael Levin left a comment for Nsubuga Hassan
"Hi Nsubuga and welcome to Codetown! As I mentioned, there are lots of groups you may be interested in here. Please take a look around, hop into discussions and see what you can discover. I hope you like what you see! All the best from Codetown HQ in…"
Aug 29, 2012
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Aug 29, 2012

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How did you hear about Codetown?
Had it from a friend
What are your main interests in software development?
getting requirements, doing analysis and coding
Anything else you'd like to add? Where do you live? (optional!)
I currently leave in Mbale, Eastern Ugada

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At 6:55pm on August 30, 2012, Michael Levin said…

Hi Nsubuga,

Thanks to the web, I came to Mbale for a virtual visit! Here's a little of what I saw:

JCertif is just around the corner. So, here's one route from Mbale to Brazzaville. Google Maps doesn't always give the most direct route.

So, meanwhile...back to Mbale. I see the clock tower and it looks like a nice city center:

I see CCP amd te Vocational Training Institute. I wonder if this is a place you have your meetings, possibly?

I also see some breathtakingly beautiful topography, like the Wanale Ridge:

So, there are a few places I saw. Actually, many more with the help of the web. It looks as though you're in a very beautiful part of the world. Glad to have you here at Codetown. I hope you do some exploring, too.

All the best,

Michael

At 6:43am on August 29, 2012, Michael Levin said…
Hi Nsubuga and welcome to Codetown! As I mentioned, there are lots of groups you may be interested in here. Please take a look around, hop into discussions and see what you can discover. I hope you like what you see! All the best from Codetown HQ in hurricane Isaac-threatened Florida, Mike PS Please update your profile with a photo (photos!) and some of your interests. You might emotion something about the new group. I'd personally like to learn anything I can about Mbale and Uganda.
 
 
 

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