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Carlo Wood

Programming is my life. I don't have car, I have four monitors and a fast PC with 32 GB ram. I never go out, but I have a monitor above my bed too (the fifth).

The better someone becomes, the more time they spend with people at the top, the less time they have for beginners-- but the more beginners they know. Hence, the amount of time a guru has for mortals is inversely proportional to the square of his level.

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