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website: http://www.microsoft.com
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Leo Bushkin is presently a Principal Engineer at Amazon, and most recently an Architect in Test in the SQL Server team at Microsoft. Prior to this, Leo was a .NET application architect at The Hartford Insurance Group, and briefly a consultant at Intertech in Minneapolis. Leo enjoys working with all thing code - including: WCF, WF, ASP.NET, ASP MVC, WPF, Silverlight, and LINQ.

When not writing code, Leo enjoys math, hiking, golf, skiing, and reading.

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answered Where does “isolating complexities” lie in the realm of design principles?
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comment What's the most absurd myth about programming issues?
You mean you didn't subdivide the 1a priority level into 1a.0, 1a.1, 1a.2, and 1a.3 ... and then the 1a.0 into 1a.0.0 and 1a.0.1 and 1a.0.2 ... that's just crazy! ;-D
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