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What are your main interests in software development?
code quality, best practices, operating system integration, optimization, code reuse, cross platform/cross architecture uses, using the right tool for the job
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At 8:46pm on September 27, 2009, Matt Drees said…
How was Barcamp Tampa? Any highlights?
 
 
 

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