Taking a break

Taking a break

Written by on 18 May 2013

Topics: Other

If you are following my blog regularly, you will know that I usually posts once a week on Saturday. However, nothing new has been posted the last couple of weeks. I just wanted to let you know that the site has not been abandoned or anything like that. However, I do have a lot of things going on right now and only 24 hours per day, and that meant I had to stop doing something. Posting on my blog was one of the things.

I will pick it up again someday, I know I will. I will also try to come up with a few different other posts and topics. I already have one idea which you will see in a few weeks I hope.

 

 

4 Comments For This Post I'd Love to Hear Yours!

  1. Jean-Marie Hachey says:

    Hi Kristian,

    Thank you very much for all the work done on your blog.
    Impressive production.
    Highly appreciated.

    Jeg takker dem meget,
    Merci beaucoup,

    Jean-Marie

    🙂

  2. Jevon Jaconi says:

    late arrival to the party and now it ends; that’s my luck – j/k – have a good one and look forward to reading it again soon!;

  3. clai says:

    i hope you still blogging and give us explanation about solve problem in project euler, i like your explanation it was give me way of thinking to solve a problem in programming

  4. Imaculate says:

    Great blog you have!

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