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I'm a college student from the Portland, Oregon area. I enjoy macOS, iOS, Arduino, and Nintendo Entertainment System programming (among other things). I used to participate in SO Close Vote Reviewers, Charcoal HQ, and SOBotics. You should go check those rooms out, they have a lot of really awesome people working on really awesome things.
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