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What are your main interests in software development?
Flex, Python, Turbogears, Java
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http://www.sunrise.com

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At 9:53pm on February 3, 2009, Michael Levin said…
Fred, Glad you joined. Now, we'll have some good input in the Python and the Flex groups. Welcome!

Best,

Mike
 
 
 

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By Yaroslav Tkachenko

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