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Python, Databases, ORM, XP, Agile, SOA, ETL
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At 2:58pm on May 28, 2009, Mark Kilby said…
Vlad... you asked about agile for a team of one. Some of the things I will talk about tonight will definitely apply...and happy to talk to you more afterwards.
At 9:13am on November 21, 2008, Victor Huang said…
Thanks for the heads up, I corrected my website address... it's just a personal page with an online photo album.

I am a newbie at the club, been working as a J2EE developer in Orlando for three years and didn't know the club exists.


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