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Visit to Blue Lagoon.
The Reykjavík (Iceland) skyline from the balcony outside the sprint room. Kudos to Andrew Dalke for the photo - standing out in the freezing wind to take the panorama.
Fredrik Lundh (with a blurry Tim Peters in the background) at the Need for Speed sprint.
The sprint room fills up in the morning. From left to right: Tim Peters, Fredrik Lundh, Georg Brandl, Bob Ippolito, Richard Jones, Jack Diedrich, Sean Reifschneider's back, half of Steve Holden.
Visit to Blue Lagoon. Kristján Jónsson, our guide from CCP Games.
Mid-sprint dinner. Andrea and Christian Tismer and Georg Brandl.
Meeting up in the bar as we all arrive. John Benediktsson, Bob Ippolito and Runar Petursson.
Mid-sprint dinner. John Benediktsson and Richard Emslie.
Mid-sprint dinner. Sean Reifschneider, Hilmar V. Petursson (CCP games CEO) Andrea and Christian Tismer. You can just see Richard taking yet another swig of the beer that just kept coming.
Visit to Blue Lagoon. This is the entrance path which is cut through the volcanic rock.
Mid-sprint dinner. That's a teeny piece of shark on the end of the toothpick, accompanied by dried fish.
Jack Diederich seem to think someone else's code is more interesting than his
Mid-sprint dinner, Christian Tismer not at all sold on the idea of dried fish.
Mid-sprint dinner. Richard Jones and Fredrik Lundh.
Mid-sprint dinner. Sean Reifschneider discussing the nekkid wimmin just above Richard's head.
Hilmar Petursson of CCP explains just why CCP will appreciate faster Pythons
Richard Jones decides he's had enough of zombie frames and starts hacking on the exception code
Visit to Blue Lagoon. The Need For Speed crew, relaxing mid-week.
Richard Jones and Tim Peters on the balcony outside the Need For Speed sprint room in Reykjavík, Iceland. Photo: Andrew Dalke.
Kristján V. Jónsson says we *will* go for a viking feast tonight!
Andrew Dalke wonders how can we make eight-bit strings faster than Unicode again?
Meeting up in the bar as we all arrive. Sean Reifschneider, Runar Petursson's back and Richard Jones.