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At 7:07pm on March 29, 2016, Michael Levin said…

Happy birthday, Juan!

At 3:37pm on March 28, 2014, Michael Levin said…

Juan, Welcome to Codetown! Hope you enjoy this social network for coders. All the best, Mike

 
 
 

Happy 10th year, JCertif!

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