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At 7:17am on June 13, 2018, Michael Levin said…

Happy birthday, Uma!

At 1:53pm on August 24, 2009, Michael Levin said…
Hi Uma and welcome to Codetown! Yay, GatorJUG! Did you know we're having a very special guest speaker at the upcoming GatorJUG? He's James Ward, Flex Evangelist from Adobe. And, a very good friend of mine. Will you be able to attend? Please RSVP at the GatorJUG Event either way!

I want to extend a warm greetings from Codetown. Hope to see you join GatorJUG Town, and many other groups. All the best,

Mike Levin

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