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About me: I've been a web developer for over 10 years now i was a Scientist for 10 years before that. I've mainly used Microsoft technologies in the past but have been using php and open source software for the last 3 years after doing 2 courses on them with The Open university ( My second bsc was with the OU in Computing. I'm currently studying for my 3rd degree this time in psychology.
Location: UK Surrey

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Online now: Not online; last online 81 months ago
(29 June 2010, 4:52 PM)
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Unfortunately a query has failed [INSERT INTO ocp2_stats (access_denied_counter, browser, operating_system, the_page, ip, the_user, date_and_time, referer, `get`, post, milliseconds) VALUES (0, 'CCBot/2.0 (http://commoncrawl.org/faq/)', 'http://commoncrawl.org/faq/', 'site/pages/modules/members.php', '54.224.4.231', -1146752471, 1496033518, '', '<param>page=members</param>\n<param>type=view</param>\n<param>id=3038</param>\n', '', 0)] [Duplicate entry '19560025' for key 'PRIMARY'] (version: 8-RC3, PHP version: 7.0.19, URL: /site/members/view/adeveloper.htm)

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