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March 2016 Edition.
Below are links to PDF's containing issues of Bits-and-Bytes
produced by none other than Adrian Turner, so enjoy !
The March of Progress continues and some of the later releases of Windows and
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The above issue has been detected on Windows 7,8 and now Windows 10.
I am reminded of a mantra from the software industry, that states that, some times
PROGRESS takes backward steps whilst trying to go forward. ;-)
The next Kent retired ENGINEER's meetup date is on Thursday, April 7th 2016,
at The Moat meetup time is 12:30 onwards.
The other 2016 dates are :- June 2nd, August 4th and December the 1st.
Don't forget the 19th October 2016 at
The Shakespears Head
Just down from holborn tube, London,
12:00 hrs on, for the LONDON PENSIONER's meeting
The next MODMOB meeting is on Monday the 1st August
Change of Venue =
at the Ship and Shovel pub under the arches at Charing Cross,
1-3 Craven Passage, London,
about 12:00 hrs onwards, so come along and say
Anyone who is retired or active and wishes to meet up with individuals
who worked anywhere on MOD contracts or in the group are welcome.
Lots of people worked in CHOTS as well as in the main MOD team and all
are welcome, security clearance not required, just bring a smile.
Email to firstname.lastname@example.org
for enquiries and one of us will get back to you, and we hope to
publish more meeting dates soon.
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