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openQRM: T-DOSe 2007 was fun!

I was happy to meet Matt Rechemburg and Kris Buytaert. Both great fellas and we had some really great fun last Saturday. After Matt's presentation, where he told us about some really cool stuff about openQRM and amazing developments on the continuously evolving openQRM product, we went out to have lunch together. Kris stayed back and then we later met up with Kris after we had had some coffee.

I found Matt a great and very polite person. Kris was a vibrant guy with loads of energy, I guess I've made some good friends and I'm glad I went over to the T-DOSE!

Their recollections of T-DOSE 2007 are here: Matt and Kris

I took these pictures during the presentation of openQRM:

Pictures openQRM presentation:





Private moments with Matt and Kris:



Was good to have met you, guys!

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