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brettmjohnson, Master of C programming

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Well done Brett :o)

Congrats for the new cert ... Not that you need it, we know that you are much more than master of C programming

It looks good on the cert that you have it :o)

cheers
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congrat Brett!!!  


/abhijit/


532 more points and i will reach my elusive goal of 10,000 !! ;)
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Congrats Brett,

Sunny is right.You deserve much more than the master cert for the kind of knowledge you have and the work you've done here.

Well Done.
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I'd like to thank the academy for this honor.
I couldn't have done it without the support of
my parents ... and my loving wife and family ...
and of course my agent, Murray.  Thank you
all, I love you so much.



Gee, this thing is heavier than it looks...


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