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bio website blogs.msdn.com/b/jaredpar
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Developer at Microsoft working on a language and operating system incubation project.

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Email: jaredpar@microsoft.com


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@Walter they could but I just haven't ever seen that. The closest I've seen is newbie programmers who deeply cared about their code but still made newbie mistakes (nobody is immune). When those mistakes were pointed out though they were fixed speedily and rarely repeated.
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