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January 24, 2012, 10:31:50 PM
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I have 13 years experience programming in a Linux environment.  I am familiar with many languages, and pick up new technologies quickly.  The startup I was working for has just shut down (funder/saleswomen is going through a divorce), and I'm now available.  I can do anything from Bitcoin payment integration to some neat computer vision tricks.  Let me know what you need and I'll give you an honest answer as to my experience in that area. PM or reply.  Bitcoin payment preferred.

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I should add that I am comfortable with the MtGox API, and have at least looked at most of the other trade APIs.

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