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I like to help learning.
I like clean code. But I often struggle to make (or keep) my code clean.
I like tdd. I often struggle to apply it to new frameworks or languages, but when I can, I feel much more confident in my coding.
Back in the day, I was a Second Life Live Help helper and a Second Life Mentor spending most of my inworld time on Welcome Islands, where new residents arrived. When the Second Life Viewer got open-sourced, it was also the first free software project to which I contributed.
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