Pictures from last Thursday, taken while biking to Fornebu for the last time as an employee for Telenor. The fighters where brought to Aker Brygge as part of the Norwegian Air Force celebrating 100 years.
The Starfighter, not yet mounted
The new F35
Last Friday was my last day working for Telenor. Been there nearly three years and have had a great time together with good colleagues, learned a lot and also did get to ride my bike back and forth many, many times.
But yesterday I started working for KLP http://www.klp.no. Will be working with well known stuff such as WebSphere Application Server off course, but also I will get to dive into the details of FileNet Content Manager and such. Located next to Oslo Central Station it is the perfect place to be commuting to.
My blog is yet again up and running after about two days of downtime. The issue has been related to my ISP having moved my domain to another server. This caused http://hellem.org to reply with another ip than http://www.hellem.org. In addition the database server had been moved so I had to update the configuration files to the blog.
But, now back again!
Needed to know how much disk space all *.ear-files was consuming in a directory on one of our Linux-servers
Then I used Google to make the number human readable, https://www.google.no/search?q=9606676582+bytes+to+gb
Me and my father in-law trying to start up the backhoe loader which has not been started in five years. Needed start help from one of the other tractors, as soon as the jumper cables where correctly mounted it started immediately. Simplicity in engineering is genius in times like this.
Tidying up branches.
Last weekend I participated in Nybakkrunden, a small local competition at Mangenskogen close to Aurskog. 35 kilometer, mostly gravel roads, only 2 kilometers with forest road. Not technically difficult, but perfect for those who are preparing for Birkebeinerrittet the week after.
I ended up as #54, a bit faster than my goal which was 1:15. Here standing together with Torbj?rn who won the whole race, spending around 11 minutes less than me (!).