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    Submitted by Jeno Laszlo; posted on Tuesday, November 01, 2005
    Hi, My name is Jeno Laszlo, Iā??m a Hungarian developer with 6 years programming experience. I have 3+ years experience in C# programming and Iā??m familiar with the following languages: Java, VB, ASP (VBscript, Jscript). Currently Iā??m working as a programmer in an eLearning company in Dublin, Ireland. I donā??t seek employment, but Iā??m interested in bioinformatics and I would like to be happy to be involved and spend some of my precious free time in this project as a programmer. I hope that it is a good opportunity for me to get involved and to learn about bioinformatics. Currently Iā??m using visual studio 2003, but Iā??m familiar with Framework 2.0 and I would be happy to have and excellent excuse to spend some time learning and playing with Mono. If you need help with the coding or need any help, please let me know. Best regards, Jeno
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