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  1. LOOOOOOOOL


    raw3a !! you post cool stuff ! haha

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  2. Hear Hear!

    It's easier when you know there are others like you.

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  3. Use Agile eXtreme Programming and feel the change

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  4. Abed Hamdan
    I follow and make cool stuff too :-)

    Sari S. Al-Hiari
    Of course man of course, ya rajol we should go out for coffee

    Jaraad
    You should blog about your research :-)

    Hani Obaid
    Fix your RSS feed for Jad sake.

    Wasim
    the thing is people talk about theories as if they can apply it in seconds, theories are just theories, on the floor things are different especially when reality engage with different factors

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  5. tears are dropping from my eyes, thanks for the share

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