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September 29, 2019

Humor: Executive Tech Talk?

Humor - Cartoon: Executive Tech Talk?

Business Executive: "How long can it take to code the new system? I'm not an IT guy, but why can't you just block-chain the Java to the requirements."

Dev Lead: "We had an incident last week the Python ate our computer mice."

Business Executive: "Oh!"

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