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T. Brent Long

  1. 1. T. Brent Long, Architect, Sr. Technical Lead, Developer, Manager PO Box 1151, Allen, TX 75013 • 501-658-1580 or 972-369-6300 • brent.long@pentesoft.com Professional Summary: Experienced lead developer/architect using Microsoft technologies. Excellent application, database, and internet design and development skills with strong financial and accounting experience. Strong web-based architecture experience including web services and SOAP. Experienced with full life cycle development, including design and development of several commercial software products. Excellent communication skills, both oral and written (English and Spanish). Able to manage teams of developers and coordinate with multiple stakeholders for implementation of projects. Industry experience includes banking, financial, accounting, medical, educational, entertainment, government, retail, supply chain management, telecommunications, human resources and manufacturing. Employment History: January 2007 – State of New Mexico Technologies and Languages: June 2007 Santa Fe, New Mexico BizTalk, C#, InfoPath 2007, .NET Framework 2.0, Type: Contract Senior Solutions Architect / Developer Sharepoint 2007, SQL Reporting Services, SQL Server 2005, Visual Studio 2005, WebServices, XML, XQuery, XSD. Contact: Filipe  Design and development of InfoPath forms and web services to support a new trading partner Pinto management system. Web services and forms were designed to be very loosely-coupled, necessitating a good deal of specialized logic within the InfoPath form code-behind.  Design and development of a Sharepoint portal solution for hosting of trading partner management system forms and enhanced collaboration within the Human Services Department.  XML schema design for HIPAA claims processing entities using BizTalk.  Database design implementation including schema collections and heavy use of XQuery. November 2006 Hewlett Packard Corporation Technologies and Languages: – January 2007 Palo Alto, California C#, InfoPath 2003/2007, .NET Framework 2.0, Type: Employee Senior Solutions Architect, North American Sharepoint 2003/2007 (MOSS), SQL Server 2005, Technology Leadership Team Visual Studio 2005, WebServices, XML, XSD. Reason for Departure: Breach of Offer Contact: Parag  Responsible for prescriptive architecture with regard to Sharepoint and Infopath technologies Doshi for HP customers in the Americas.  Participated in formulating responses to requests for proposal from companies such as Pfizer, California DMV, DeKalb Public Schools and others. September 2006 Administaff, Incorporated Technologies and Languages: – November Houston, Texas ADO.Net, BizTalk Server, Citrix, C#, Informix, 2006 Senior Solutions Architect / Developer Infragistics Controls, .NET Framework 2.0, SQL Type: Contract Server 2000, Visual Studio 2005, WebServices, WinForms, XML, XSD. Reason for Departure: Contract Completion
  2. 2. Contact: James  Development of user controls and middle-tier components for desktop benefits management Navaira application.  Schema design and web service implementation for communication with legacy system.  BizTalk mapping to convert legacy data structures into structures suitable for the new system. March 2005 – Compassion International Technologies and Languages: Present Colorado Springs, Colorado ADO.Net, ASP.Net, BizTalk Server, C#, EDAF, Type: Contract Senior Solutions Architect / Developer EDRA, .NET Framework 1.1 and 2.0, SQL Server 7 and 2000, SOA, SOAP, Ultimus, Visio, Visual Studio 2003/2005, WebServices, WinForms, Windows Services, XML, XSD. Contact: Dan Fox  Design and development of services layer for a service-oriented architecture application using the Microsoft Enterprise Development Application Framework and Reference Architecture components (including EIF and MS Application Blocks).  Conversion of BizTalk schemas to C# .Net schema classes; collaboration with BizTalk and Ultimus via WebServices.  Design and development of development utilities including a reflection-based tool used to create populated xml documents corresponding to compiled schema classes and a deployment tool to push the latest version of files to remote servers.  Design and development of windows service (framework 2.0) to retrieve files from partner company website and store them locally.  Design and development of custom XML conversion application to map partner company's generic schema into messages ready for processing through the new SOA. September 2005 Anheuser-Busch Enterprise and Technologies and Languages: – February 2006 Wholesaler Systems ASP.Net, C#, Oracle 9i, TOAD, Visio, Visual Studio Type: Contract St. Louis, Missouri 2003. Reason for Senior Solutions Architect / Developer Departure: Contract Completion Contact: Mike  Design and development of enterprise-reusable components. Stehr  Guidance and mentoring of seven developers, including code reviews and conformity to RUP- based methodology.  Design and development of chain-of-responsibility application to manage requests for access to resources. August 2004 – Alltel Corporation Technologies and Languages: March 2005 Little Rock, Arkansas ADO.Net, ASP.Net, C#, MS-Access, OOAD, SQL Type: Employee Senior Solutions Architect / Developer Server 2000, Telnet, UML, VB.Net, VB6, Visio, Visual Studio 2003, WinForms, Windows Services, Reason for XML. Departure: Financial
  3. 3. Contact: Bob  Architecture and development of a code generator application which scans a SQL Server Connolly database and creates a web application with editor pages for each object encountered. Application also generates header, menu and footer controls as well as stored procedures for select, insert, update and delete operations.  Architecture and development of centralized security system for user authentication and authorization (single-sign-on system).  Architecture and development of replacement system for an Access97 database application used to investigate unlocated toll calls for billing.  Development of application for telnet communication with switches. Application allows for manipulation of phone line records within the switch.  Development of stored procedures to allow for manipulation of SQL Server Users/Logins and Group membership.  Development work on application for managing and reporting costs based on FCC Part32 and Part64 regulations.  Creation and delivery of customized training materials including C# language migration, database modeling and coding standards.  Code review and enhancements to remove security flaws and performance issues related to state management. June 2004 – Anheuser-Busch Adventure Parks Technologies and Languages: August 2004 St. Louis, Missouri ADO.Net, ASP.Net, C#, OOAD, Service-Oriented Type: Contract Principal Web Services Architect for Architecture, SQL Server 2000, SOAP, SOAP Product Collaboration System Extensions, UML, Visio, Visual Studio 2003, Web Reason for Services, WSE, XML. Departure: Project Completion Contact: Denny  Architecture and development of a service-oriented solution to enable storage of product Boynton information across the enterprise. Compiled UML diagrams (sequence, static structure, use case) for all areas of the system (five packages); object model includes 73 classes.  Secured web service with WSE 2.0 using User Name Tokens, Derived Key Tokens and Encryption (token-based, later upgraded to x.509 binary cert encryption).  Designed system database using Visio; data model included roughly 50 tables with associated indexes, triggers (for auditing purposes) and approximately 50 stored procedures and user functions.  Communicated with multiple stakeholders including accounting, marketing and information security to assure that model was ready to support future releases without major modifications. Worked to assure that methodology and SDLC was compliant with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002.  Architected interfaces for an administration application using the web service. Application consists of features to create new products/items/PLUs and functions in a very-loosely coupled manner to the web service. Wrote helper functions to assist offshore development team in manipulation of the object model.  Prescribed best practices for off-shore team including use of base classes, serialization issues for state management and re-use of existing assemblies for functionality such as logging and security. March 2004 – Vartec Telecom Technologies and Languages: June 2004 Carrollton, Texas ADO, ASP, ATL, COM, C++, DCOM, Javascript, Type: Contract Principal Architect for DSL/ISP OOAD, Oracle 8 & 9.2, PVCS, UML, VB, Visio, provisioning system enhancements XML, XSL Reason for Departure: Project completion.
  4. 4. Contact: Pat  Architecture and development of enhancements to existing telephone line provisioning Anderson system which will allow client to provide DSL and ISP offerings for the customer. This includes refactoring of legacy code where possible. Lead team of ten developers in effort.  Development of Oracle stored procedures, tables, triggers and functions as well as code enhancements to C++ console apps to provide functionality for communicating with business partner APIs via XML over HTTP.  Modifications to existing ASP and C++ COM object code for API communication with third- party vendors using XML.  Architecture of attribute management system to begin migration away from INI file usage. January 2004 – ImDrivingTo.com Technologies and Languages: March 2004 Fairview, Texas ADO.NET, ASP.NET, C#, HTML, IIS, .NET Type: Contract Principal Architect framework, OOAD, SQL Server 2000, UML, Visio, Visual Studio 2003, XML, XSL Reason for Departure: Project completion. Contact: Jeff  Analyzed business requirements and designed application for interchange of information Wielan between individuals driving to various locations and individuals needing transportation. Application leverages ASP.NET RAD features including DataGrid, Repeater and Calendar controls, as well as custom-built user controls.  Trained development staff for maintenance and enhancement activities. March 2003 – CapitalOne – Auto Finance Group Technologies and Languages: January 2004 Plano, Texas ADO, ADO.NET, ASP, ASP.NET, C#, C++, COM, Type: Contract Lead Architect/Developer for Automated Crystal Reports, DHTML, Empirix E-Tester Suite, Sales Force Applications HTML, IIS, JavaScript, Merant PVCS Tracker iNet, Reason for Mercury (Astra) LoadTest, MSMQ, MS-Project, Departure: .NET Framework, OOAD, Outlook, Remedy, Budget/Rate Seagate Info 7.5, SQL Server 2000, SourceSafe, cuts. UML, VB, VB.NET, VBScript, Visio, Visual Studio 2003, Windows Services, XML, XML4, XSL
  5. 5. Contact: Mike  Architecture and development of aspect-oriented error logging system providing attribute- McKiggan based logging of errors to a variety of repositories including error logs, text files, web services and tables. Implemented via customized Message Sinks.  Architecture and development of asynchronous processing components for a B2B distributed loan origination application. System utilizes MSMQ monitored by a .Net-based Windows Service spawning multi-threaded processing objects. Application also relies on .Net Remoting to offload captured signature image processing to separate servers.  Architecture and development of a contact management system to track calls from sales representatives to dealerships.  Re-architected and developed a reporting application for area sales managers. Utilized a data warehouse approach to reduce risk of impact to OLTP databases. Application capitalized on inheritance and encapsulation where possible. Produced project charter, architectural design (UML diagramming), technical design and support documentation.  Designed and implemented a .Net-based Windows Service application (C#) to monitor a Crystal-Reports-Info-Desktop-Managed directory on a remote machine and store files as image data in a SQL Server database. Timing interval settings were built-in to allow the service to run on multiple machines without risk of database table contention. Also delivered the application as a C++ console application harnessing a VB6 dll for machines not utilizing .Net.  Designed and implemented .Net-based Windows Service application (C#) to copy/move files from multiple directories to multiple locations. Service included timing interval manipulation features.  Designed and implemented multi-threaded report generation harness (C#) to generate reports for multiple recipients simultaneously. Application provided timing interval manipulation as well an instance throttle to prevent processor over-utilization.  Maintenance of legacy reporting application using Crystal Reports, ASP, SQL Server 2000, XML, XSLT.  Enhancements to DTS packages to accommodate changes to data structures. May 2001 – CitiGroup – Citicards Technology Technologies and Languages: March 2003 Irving, Texas ADO, ASP, ASP.NET, Bluegill, C#, C++, COM, Type: Contract System Enhancement Project DCOM, DHTML, HTML, IIS, Java, JavaScript, Manager/Architect/Developer for Private Mercury TestDirector (Web Defect Manager), MS- Reason for Label Web Applications Project, MTS, .NET, OOAD, Oracle, Outlook, Departure: 18- Remedy, SOAP, SQL Server, SiteMinder, month contract SourceSafe, Tomcat, UML, Unix, VB, VBScript, limit Vignette, Visio, Visual Studio, Web Services, Win32 API, XML, XSL Contact: Steve  Oversight of maintenance and enhancement projects for Private Label Web Applications. Creek This includes research into system enhancements, analysis of security issues and coordinating input from multiple internal groups in support of three separate online credit card access applications which host nearly 30 separate private label credit cards.  Built team of developers and drove projects to create intranet applications for use by technical support call center associates. Designed applications with a flexible XML-based architecture and managed implementation of 25 separate functional units.  Manage eight persons as direct reports plus additional staff as needed from a pool of developers.  Migration of applications to a .NET web services architecture using both VB.NET and C#.  Account Center Online (user base approximately 1 million) Maintained constant communication with business team members for enhancements and updates to online credit card access application. Application hosts credit card information for multiple credit card brands and allows access to statements, unbilled transactions, payments
  6. 6. and account maintenance functionality.  Account Online: (user base approximately 2 million) Managed project to redesign statement parsing functionality for products hosted on Java/Unix platform. Designed and implemented an asynchronous exe-server based statement loading system which was able to better-utilize system resources. Redesign resulted in a performance increase of more than 700%. Designed and developed a VB.NET batch process to load text files received from the mainframes into SQL Server databases for cardholder registration. Managed database storage reorganization project to consolidate statements and account information by product line. Designed and developed a C# application to retrieve data from existing locations and transform data to new databases (using SQLClient libraries). Worked on SOAP-based web service for communication to multiple mainframe hosts.  Business Strategy Driving project to replace third-party statement parsing software with a product from a new vendor. New product will improve efficiency and decrease annual license fees. ROI from this endeavor will be realized in the first year. Driving project to migrate applications from older platforms to the most recent version of our applications. When project is complete, we will realize a savings of over $20,000 per month in hosting fees as well as additional TCO and infrastructure savings.  Miscellaneous Routinely utilize C#.NET and ADO.NET for creation of internal applications and building blocks for enhancements to existing online applications. November 1999 Ericsson Telecommunications Technologies and Languages: – April 2001 Richardson, Texas (extensive travel) Access, ADO, ASP, CDPD, COM, CSD, DAO, Type: Full-time Presales Technical Manager, Sr. Wireless HDML, HTML, IIS, Java, Java Servlets, JavaScript, permanent Solutions Architect for Ericsson Mobile JSP, MS-Project, MTS, OOAD, Oracle, SQL Server, Internet Consulting Group Tomcat, UML, Unix, VB, VBScript, Visio, Visual Reason for Studio, WML, XML, XSL Departure: Entire group laid off Contact: Wally  Coordinate application design, development and deployment for operators and content Schlaegel providers desiring to enter the wireless internet market. Oversaw development efforts for ExpoComm trade show in Mexico City where we featured a number of wireless applications including mapping, membership verification, email, package tracking, stock trading, secure mobile e-commerce and Prodigy News.  Directed full life-cycle development for Internet World Wireless trade show application. Application served mobile clients with pertinent show information, including speakers, events, location, hours and registration information. Also included utility for lookup of exhibitors with automatic dialing.  Served as technical lead for development and deployment of a wireless B2C service application for Intel. Led team of five development and testing personnel.  Designed solutions to mobilize existing applications; remodeled and optimized application architectures; evaluated third-party tools and technologies; provided educational services including training of internal staff as well as public speaking engagements to train developers and architects (Internet World Wireless and WirelessWorld); participated in proposal drafting and responses to RFPs.  Led team of developers in the architecture, design and development of eight separate wireless demonstration applications (including mobile instant messaging) for a wide variety of industries.  Managed project to convert construction material ordering system to the phone.com platform. Application included internationalization (i18n) features to service multiple user communities in
  7. 7. the European, North and South American regions. August 1999 – KPMG for United States Air Force Technologies and Languages: November 1999 Dayton, Ohio ActiveX Controls, ADO, COM, MS-Project, OOAD, Type: Contract Technical Lead for the Activity Based Sheridan Data Controls, SQL Server, VB, Win32 Costing Module of the CASMIS Project API Reason for Departure: Phase completion  Led team of four programmers in design/development of business objects and ActiveX Control user interface elements for an Activity-based costing application. Application design utilized disconnected recordsets to achieve necessary connectivity goals on a server with minimal client access licenses. Application coordinates payroll information to activities and events for which Air Force personnel expend time, allowing for calculation of activity cost from an all- inclusive perspective. October 1998 – General American Insurance Co. Technologies and Languages: July 1999 St. Louis, Missouri Access, ActiveX Documents, ADO, ASP, COM, Type: Contract Lead developer with full SDLC experience, Crystal Reports, HTML, MS-Project, OOAD, project management, estimation and Platinum Enterprise Project Manager, Sheridan Reason for architecture. Data Controls, SQL Server, VB, Visio Departure: Project completion Contact: Jeff  Converted financial recordkeeping package from Access 2.0 to Access 97 and then into Cromwell VB/SQL Server environment. Analyzed, documented and managed the delivery of feature enhancements to legacy system during its redevelopment in an n-tier architecture.  Business analysis, object identification, system design and implementation of a financial recordkeeping package for a commercial investment system tracking over six billion dollars in assets. Analyzed business needs and developed business logic components. System accommodates a wide range of client-driven versatility while providing a full set of decision support functions for management. Provided interface to a mainframe system for interoperability with company's accounting package. Completed package with all system requirements in place and hired support staff to implement feature enhancements requested during development of the system.  Design and implementation of browser-based application that calculates annualized rates of return on investments held in 401k plans. System retrieves daily rate information from a remote server and manipulates data for consumption by a web interface as well as a telephony application. System provides information to an additional application that compiles individual benefit reports for plan participants.  Design and implementation of a browser-based bug tracking system supporting multiple users and providing prioritization and assignment of issues. System provides a repository of debugging information for multiple in-house development efforts. Completed system and administered implementation of feature enhancements. April 1998 – Computer Paradigm Group Technologies and Languages: October 1998 Las Colinas, Texas Access, Apex TrueDB Suite, ASP, CDO, COM, Type: Full-time Senior consultant, analyst and architect Crystal Reports, DAO, DDE, HTML, PawET, permanent Peachtree, SocketTools, SQL Server, VB Reason for Departure: Relocation Contact: Larry  Design and development of enterprise-wide invoicing systems, including a package that Lassiter collects information from a medical diagnostic machine via a serial communications port, processes it into invoices and exports the data to Peachtree Accounting.  Design and development of a complete contact and employee management system encapsulating payroll, contact management and hourly billing of clients with multiple billing
  8. 8. and compensation rates. System also interfaces with Peachtree Accounting and provides web access to employees for reporting of hours.  Design of safe-deposit box management system for banking institutions that tracks rent with options for ACH payments or direct billing. 1995 – Present PenteSoft LLC Technologies and Languages: Type: McKinney, Texas Access, ADO, ASP, C#, C++, ChartDirector, COM, Partnership President Crystal Reports, DAO, DHTML, Drumbeat, FrontPage, HDML, HTML, InstallShield, IIS, Interim JavaScript, OOAD, Peachtree, PWS, SourceSafe, consulting and SQL Server, VB, VB Helpwriter, WML, WSE, XML, off-hours XSL development  Business analysis, architecture and implementation of secure (SSL) Diabetes tracking application (https://www.diatrak.com/) utilizing ASP.NET, SQL Server 2000 and C#. Application allows secure storage and retrieval of key information related to a diabetic lifestyle, including dosage, blood glucose, weight and carbohydrate tracking. Application also provides graphing, detailed statistical analysis and collaboration features to allow for transmission of data directly to physicians.  Direction of full-scale (concept to shrink-wrap) development efforts for commercial software products, most of which are database-related. Design included project specifications and architecture descriptions. Full commercial descriptions are available at http://www.pentesoft.com/software/ .  21Spins: Bingo-style game runs as a Win32 app.  BibleBright: Database-driven study and presentation tool. Presents graphics with text and optional sound.  PrayerTracker: Database-driven prayer ministry management software.  QuizTastic: Database-driven Bible Quizzing package. Includes features for score analysis, import/export, document generation and question authoring.  Mobile home rental management system that tracks multiple lots, individual rental prices and multiple tenants. System also provides for sales of mobile homes financed by lot owners, giving flexibility of multiple interest-rates and late fee structures (flat fee or percentage), monthly billing and interest calculation with choice of compounding options and annual basis.  Auction administration package tracking bid items, customers, receipts.  Consulting services for small companies. 1997 – 1999 Gateway College of Evangelism Technologies and Languages: Type: Florissant, Missouri Access, Crystal Reports, DAO, OOAD, VB Employee / Financial Consultant, Accountant Consultant Reason for Departure: Relocation Contact: Tim  Oversight of all financial business of the college including payroll. Dugas  Installed and implemented Local Area Network, and reorganized financial accounting procedures using MS-Money and MS-Access.  Business analysis, design and coding of college management system. System tracks recruitment and follow-up, student billing and accounts receivable, grading, attendance and retail sales of textbooks. 1994 – 1997 New Life Center Technologies and Languages: Type: Employee Bridgeton, Missouri Access, Crystal Reports, DAO, VB
  9. 9. Reason for Treasurer, Director of Operations Departure: Relocation Contact: Garry  Oversight of all financial business of the church, daycare and school operations. Tracy  Reduced facilities budget while improving quality of operational maintenance.  Maintained membership database, implemented payroll tracking software and reorganized financial accounting procedures. Additional Employers and Freelance Projects 1986-1994  RFD Publications Advertising typography and design  Western Specialty Products Advertising typography and design  DataPage Technologies Book and Manuscript Text conversion and Document Generation  Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, Portland, OR Document Generation  Hewlett-Packard Medical Products Group, McMinnville, OR Mainframe Data Transformation and Document Generation  The Oregonian Newspaper, Portland, OR Advertising Typesetting and Design  Executive Printing, Beaverton, OR Church contribution recordkeeping system  Technology Enablers Incorporated, Dallas, TX Litigation support package for medical industry claims.  Booz Allen Hamilton for Internal Revenue Service, Washington DC Architect/Developer for Criminal Investigations Division Education and Certifications: 1994 – 1996, St. Louis Community College 2005 St. Louis, MO  Spanish (Fluency both written and spoken)  Introductory French (2005) 1992–1996 Gateway College Florissant, MO  BA Systematic Theology  AA Education  Class President 1992-1994  President GMA student organization 1994-96  Founded profitable student concession operation  Led most-profitable yearbook advertising sales campaign in college history  Graduated Valedictorian, Summa Cum Laude May 2000 Microsoft Certified Solution Developer Dallas, TX  Analyzing Requirements and Defining Solution Architectures.
  10. 10.  Designing and Implementing Distributed Applications with Microsoft® Visual Basic® 6.0.  Designing and Implementing Desktop Applications with Microsoft® Visual Basic® 6.0.  Designing and Implementing Databases with Microsoft® SQL Server™ 7.0. August 2002 Southern Methodist University - Dallas Cox School of Business, Dallas, TX  Entrepreneurship and Business October 2004 Microsoft Certified Solution Developer for .Net (C#) Little Rock, AR  Analyzing Requirements and Defining MS .Net Solution Architectures.  Designing and Implementing Web Applications with MS Visual C# & Visual Studio .Net.  Designing and Implementing Windows-based Applications with MS C# & Visual Studio .Net.  Designing and Implementing XML Web Services and Server Components with MS C# & the .Net Framework.  Designing and Implementing Databases with MS SQL Server 2000 Enterprise. Other Additional Training  .NET Architecture, InfoSystems, Chicago, IL, January 2001  Essential VB.NET, Developmentor, Portland, OR, March 2001  Various Continuing Education courses related to writing, Collin County Community College, Plano, TX, Summer 2003
  11. 11. Summary of Technologies Utilized:
  12. 12. Access (2.0, 95, 97, 2000) ActiveX Controls/ActiveX Documents ADO/ADO.NET Apache Webserver Apex TrueDB Suite ASP (2.0, .NET) Bluegill C#.NET C++ ChartDirector 3.0 Collaborative Data Objects (CDO) COM COM+ Crystal Reports (4.5, 6, 8.5) Data Access Objects (DAO) DCOM DHTML Direct Data Exchange (DDE) Drumbeat 2000 Empirix E-Tester Suite FrontPage (Express, 97, 98) HDML HTML Infragistics Control Suite InstallShield (Express 2.0, 2.11, 2.12, 3.51) Internet Information Server (IIS4, 5) Java/JavaScript/JSP Merant PVCS Tracker iNet Mercury (Astra) LoadTest Mercury TestDirector 7.2 Mercury Web Defect Manager Microsoft Message Queue (MSMQ) Microsoft .NET Framework (Beta, 1.0, 2003) Object Linking and Embedding (OLE) ODBC OOAD (Object-Oriented analysis and design) Oracle 8i PeachTree Accounting Personal Web Server (PWS) Phone.com SDK / 3.1 Browser / 3.2 Gateway Platinum Enterprise Project Manager Remedy Remote Data Objects (RDO) Sheridan Data Controls SiteMinder SiteScope SOAP SOAP Extensions SocketTools SQL Server 6.5, 7, 2000 (T-SQL) Tomcat Servlet Engine Transaction Server 2.0 (MTS, COM+) VBScript VB HelpWriter Vignette Visual Basic (4, 5, 6, .NET) Visual C++ Visual Interdev (6, .NET) Visual SourceSafe (5, 6) Windows (3.1, 95, 98, NT4, 2000) Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) WSE (Web Services Enhancements 2.0) WML

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