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My name is James Heslin. I graduated in August 2013 with a first class honours degree in Multimedia and Computer Games Development at the University of Limerick. Technology and computers have been lifelong interests for me. Appropriately enough to my studies, I enjoy all types of games, and I am also a committed GNU/Linux user. I develop little games (http://skynet.ie/~program9/projects), I tweet (@PROGRAM_IX), I blog, and I talk (a lot).

Nice to meet you.

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