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At 1:20pm on April 27, 2016, Michael Levin said…

Happy birthday, Javier!

At 9:57am on March 23, 2016, Michael Levin said…
Javier, thanks for sponsoring the OrlandoJug. We can't wait to try out JSPTester! We'll dissect it and talk about it after downloading it from www.jsptester.com
At 9:47pm on March 17, 2016, Michael Levin said…

Welcome to Codetown, Javier! The best thing you can do here is contribute content. Hope to meet you in person at an OrlandoJUG or GatorJUG meeting. You might join those groups here within Codetown. 

 
 
 

Happy 10th year, JCertif!

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