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karl.bielefeldt   9/5/2013 12:45:30 PM
The new guy is great at troubleshooting low frequency vibrations, and as a bonus product management hasn't bothered us since he started.

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GoBears84   9/5/2013 12:40:17 PM
I heard your were looking for aSharkx programmer for the Web.

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CBurkeBtB   9/5/2013 12:32:36 PM
"Sure, the new server was designed with FinFETs... Why do you ask?"

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