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Week 415

The 415 runs from Tulse Hill station to Elephant & Castle, it is also the name of a hostel in Bulgaria and a German type VIIC U-boat famous for nearly sinking the HMS Hurricane.

For BERG, 415 is the week when:

  • Helen caught 11 carp, tried not to catch a duck and then caught a cold.
  • Matt did a BERG shaped PechaKucha in the design museum.
  • Joe and Denise wrapped up for Uinta.
  • Jack stoked the fires in the NPD skunk works.
  • Kari  continued to power through the Royal Mail’s bureaucratic krypton factor to get compensation for lost little printers.
  • Alice grafted hard on a re-mastered BERG Cloud remote whilst plotting how to cerebrally maim the luddites at her intellectual showdown in Hay on Wye.
  • Alex lent his hand to some lovely circuit board cartography for our BERG Cloud Dev Board.
  • Fraser contemplated little printer publications on the Zendesk.
  • Andy, Adam and Nick tirelessly honed and fine tuned the Dev kit for our partners at Fabrica.
  • I found a rare picture of a specific German type VIIC submarine.


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