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-	["Edsger Dijkstra", "Computer Science is no more about computers than astronomy is about telescopes."],
-	["Edsger Dijkstra", "A Programming Language is a tool that has profound influence on our thinking habits."],
-	["Edsger Dijkstra", "The competent programmer is fully aware of the strictly limited size of his own skill; therefore he approaches the programming task in full humility, and among other things he avoids clever tricks like the plague."],
-	["Edsger Dijkstra", "Progress is possible only if we train ourselves to think about programs without thinking of them as pieces of executable code."],
-	["Edsger Dijkstra", "Program testing can at best show the presence of errors but never their absence."],
-	["Edsger Dijkstra", "... if 10 years from now, when you are doing something quick and dirty, you suddenly visualize that I am looking over your shoulders and say to yourself, Dijkstra would not have liked this, well that would be enough immortality for me."],
-	["Edsger Dijkstra", "The use of COBOL cripples the mind; its teaching should, therefore, be regarded as a criminal offense."],
-	["Edsger Dijkstra", "Being abstract is something profoundly different from being vague."],
-	["Edsger Dijkstra", "The problems of the real world are those that remain when you ignore their known solutions."],
-	["Edsger Dijkstra", "The prisoner falls in love with his chains. (In reference to programmers using inadequate tools.)"],
-	["Edsger Dijkstra", "I pray daily that more of my fellow programmers may find the means of freeing themselves from the curse of compatibility."],
-	["Edsger Dijkstra", "Brainpower is by far our scarcest resource."],
-	["Edsger Dijkstra", "If you carefully read its literature and analyze what its devotees actually do, you will discover that software engineering has accepted as its charter, \"How to program if you cannot.\""],
-	["Edsger Dijkstra", "Waiting is a very funny activity: you can't wait twice as fast."],
-	["Edsger Dijkstra", "Do not try to change the world. Give the world the opportunity to change itself."],
-	["Edsger Dijkstra", "Go To Statement Considered Harmful"],
-	["Edsger Dijkstra", "Maintaining a large range of agilities mental and physical requires regular exercise [...]. That is why the capable are always busy. (Lecture, Capita Selecta, October 10, 1996.)"],
-	["Edsger Dijkstra", "Mathematicians are like managers; they want improvement without change."],
-	["Edsger Dijkstra", "... I had already come to the conclusion that in the practice of computing, where we have so much latitude for making a mess of it, mathematical elegance is not a dispensable luxury, but a matter of life and death."],
-	["Edsger Dijkstra", "Simplicity is prerequisite for reliability."],
-	["Edsger Dijkstra", "Perfecting oneself is as much unlearning as it is learning."],
-	["Edsger Dijkstra", "Programming is one of the most difficult branches of applied mathematics; the poorer mathematicians had better remain pure mathematicians."],
-	["Edsger Dijkstra", "The lurking suspicion that something could be simplified is the world's richest source of rewarding challenges."],
-	["Grace Hopper", "To me programming is more than an important practical art. It is also a gigantic undertaking in the foundations of knowledge."], 
-	["Grace Hopper", "From then on, when anything went wrong with a computer, we said it had bugs in it. (On the removal of a 2-inch-long moth from the Harvard Mark II experimental computer at Harvard in 1947.)"], 
-	["Grace Hopper", "A ship in port is safe; but that is not what ships are built for. Sail out to sea and do new things."],
-	["Grace Hopper", "At present, we're putting on paper a lot of stuff that never needed to be on paper. We do need to keep the records. But there isn't any reason for printing them. The next generation growing up with the computers will change that."],
-	["Grace Hopper", "If it's a good idea, go ahead and do it. It is much easier to apologize than it is to get permission."], 
-	["Grace Hopper", "I had a running compiler and nobody would touch it. ... they carefully told me, computers could only do arithmetic; they could not do programs."], 
-	["Grace Hopper", "I've always been more interested in the future than in the past."],  
-	["Grace Hopper", "Life was simple before World War II. After that, we had systems."],
-	["Grace Hopper", "Humans are allergic to change. They love to say, 'We've always done it this way.' I try to fight that. That's why I have a clock on my wall that runs counter-clockwise."], 
-	["Grace Hopper", "The most dangerous phrase in the language is, 'We've always done it this way.'"],
-	["Grace Hopper", "We're flooding people with information. We need to feed it through a processor. A human must turn information into intelligence or knowledge. We've tended to forget that no computer will ever ask a new question."],
-	["Grace Hopper", "You manage things, you lead people. We went overboard on management and forgot about leadership. It might help if we ran the MBAs out of Washington."],
-	["Rich Hickey", "If you want everything to be familiar, you will never learn anything new. cuz it can't be significantly different from what you already know and not drift away from the familiarity."],
-	["Rich Hickey", "I think programmers have become inured to incidental complexity... when they encounter complexity, they consider it a challenge to overcome, rather than an obstacle to remove. Overcoming complexity isn't work, it's waste."],
-	["Donald Knuth", "The hardest thing is to go to sleep at night, when there are so many urgent things needing to be done. A huge gap exists between what we know is possible with today's machines and what we have so far been able to finish."],
-	["Donald Knuth", "Beware of bugs in the above code; I have only proved it correct, not tried it."],
-	["Donald Knuth", "The most important thing in the programming language is the name. A language will not succeed without a good name. I have recently invented a very good name and now I am looking for a suitable language."],
-	["Donald Knuth", "God is a challenge because there is no proof of his existence and therefore the search must continue."],
-	["Donald Knuth", "I'm obsessively detail-oriented."],
-	["Donald Knuth", "If you optimize everything, you will always be unhappy."],
-	["Donald Knuth", "In fact what I would like to see is thousands of computer scientists let loose to do whatever they want. That's what really advances the field."],
-	["Donald Knuth", "Science is what we understand well enough to explain to a computer. Art is everything else we do."],
-	["Donald Knuth", "There's ways to amuse yourself while doing things and thats how I look at efficency."],
-	["Donald Knuth", "I decry the current tendency to seek patents on algorithms. There are better ways to earn a living than to prevent other people from making use of one's contributions to computer science."],
-	["Donald Knuth", "People think that computer science is the art of geniuses but the actual reality is the opposite, just many people doing things that build on eachother, like a wall of mini stones."],
-	["Donald Knuth", "A list is only as strong as its weakest link."],
-	["Donald Knuth", "An algorithm must be seen to be believed."],
-	["Donald Knuth", "Everyday life is like programming, I guess. If you love something you can put beauty into it."],
-	["Donald Knuth", "I've never been a good estimator of how long things are going to take."],
-	["Donald Knuth", "The most important thing in the kitchen is the waste paper basket and it needs to be centrally located."],
-	["Donald Knuth", "I currently use Ubuntu Linux, on a standalone laptop - it has no Internet connection. I occasionally carry flash memory drives between this machine and the Macs that I use for network surfing and graphics; but I trust my family jewels only to Linux."],
-	["Donald Knuth", "Let us change our traditional attitude to the construction of programs. Instead of imagining that our main task is to instruct a computer what to do, let us concentrate rather on explaining to human beings what we want a computer to do."],
-	["Donald Knuth", "My general working style is to write everything first with pencil and paper, sitting beside a big wastebasket. Then I use Emacs to enter the text into my machine."],
-	["Donald Knuth", "People who are more than casually interested in computers should have at least some idea of what the underlying hardware is like. Otherwise the programs they write will be pretty weird."],
-	["Donald Knuth", "The manuals we got from IBM would show examples of programs and I knew I could do a heck of a lot better than that. So I thought I might have some talent."],
-	["Alan Turing", "Machines take me by surprise with great frequency."],
-	["Alan Turing", "We are not interested in the fact that the brain has the consistency of cold porridge."],
-	["Alan Turing", "It seems probable that once the machine thinking method had started, it would not take long to outstrip our feeble powers... They would be able to converse with each other to sharpen their wits. At some stage therefore, we should have to expect the machines to take control."],
-	["Devops Borat", "You can not able spell business without BS."],
-	["Devops Borat", "Cloud is not ready for enterprise if is not integrate with single server running Active Directory."],
-	["Devops Borat", "Fact of useless: 90% of data is not exist 2 year ago. Fact of use: 90% of data is useless."],
-	["Devops Borat", "Dirty secret of Big Data is you can not able deploy if you not have SQL expert on staff."],
-	["Devops Borat", "You can not able have unlimit scalability without unlimit outage."],
-	["Devops Borat", "Word 'impossible' is not exist in devops vocabulary. Instead we are use 'done by Q4'."],
-	["Devops Borat", "50% of devops are confuse causation with correlation. Other 50% are just take wild ass guess."],
-	["Devops Borat", "Source of Microsoft and Hortonworks are tell me Hadoop for Windows is release as Excel plugin."],
-	["Devops Borat", "For every of stakeholder involve in your project is completion of project delay by 6 month."],
-	["Devops Borat", "In startup we are final master art of agile waterfall."],
-	["Devops Borat", "Conflict resolution is most important skill of manager. In startup we are force all manager for use git."],
-	["Devops Borat", "Pair programming is good concept but is involve too many programmer."],
-	["Devops Borat", "Junior programmer is everybody can able understand your code is wrong. Senior programmer is nobody can able understand your code is wrong."],
-	["Devops Borat", "In devops we are face fiscal cliff every year when Oracle license is up for renew."],
-	["Devops Borat", "90% of 5 Why exercise is result in open can of worm."],
-	["Devops Borat", "Distributed database is only as good as network engineer which is in charge of push cable all way in switch port."],
-	["Jack Tramiel", "Business is war."],
-	["Plato", "De goeden hebben geen regels nodig om verantwoordelijk te handelen. De slechten zullen voor elke regel een uitweg vinden."],
-	["Plato", "Wanneer je je verre houdt van politiek zul je uiteindelijk door je minderen geregeerd worden."],
-	["Plato", "Dictatuur ontstaat als van nature uit democratie en de zwaarste tirannie en slavernij ontstaan uit de meest extreme vormen van vrijheid"],
-	["Plato", "Een goede beslissing is gebaseerd op kennis, niet op cijfers."],
-	["Plato", "Onwetendheid is de wortel van alle kwaad."],
-	["Plato", "Over twee zaken moet je je nooit opwinden: dat wat je kunt verhelpen en dat wat je niet kunt verhelpen."],
-	["Plato", "Kennis die onder dwang vergaard wordt beklijft niet."],
-	["Cicero", "Als je wilt leren, geef dan les."],
-	["Cicero", "Argumenten moet men wegen, niet tellen."],
-	["Cicero", "De oorsprong van alle dingen is klein."],
-	["Cicero", "Hij, die niets kan bedenken, is niet z� dom als hij, die een domheid van een ander prijst."],
-	["Cicero", "Als we ons niet schamen om het te denken, moeten we ons niet schamen om het te zeggen."],
-	["Cicero", "Je kunt het zo gek niet bedenken, of er is wel een filosoof die het gezegd heeft."],
-	["Aristoteles", "Iedereen kan kwaad worden. Het is de kunst om op de juiste manier, om de juiste reden, op het juiste moment, in de juiste mate kwaad te worden op de juiste persoon"],
-	["Aristoteles", "Kwaliteit is geen handeling maar een gewoonte."],
-	["Aristoteles", "Er is geen groot genie zonder een tikje waanzin."],
-	["Aristoteles", "Wat wij kunnen doen, kunnen we ook laten."],
-	["Aristoteles", "Verandering is altijd goed."],
-	["Aristoteles", "Elk mens verlangt van nature naar kennis."],
-	["Aristoteles", "Plezier in wat je doet brengt perfectie in het resultaat."],
-	["Aristoteles", "Waarschijnlijke onmogelijkheden moeten verkozen worden boven onwaarschijnlijke mogelijkheden."],
-	["Aristoteles", "Een klein foutje valt niet op, maar als het groeit dan springt het in het oog."],
-	["Waldorf and Statler","If you can�t say anything nice� Welcome to the club!"],
-	["Jack Tramiel", "We need to build computers for the masses, not the classes."]
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+var quotations= [
+	["Edsger Dijkstra", "Computer Science is no more about computers than astronomy is about telescopes."],
+	["Edsger Dijkstra", "A Programming Language is a tool that has profound influence on our thinking habits."],
+	["Edsger Dijkstra", "The competent programmer is fully aware of the strictly limited size of his own skill; therefore he approaches the programming task in full humility, and among other things he avoids clever tricks like the plague."],
+	["Edsger Dijkstra", "Progress is possible only if we train ourselves to think about programs without thinking of them as pieces of executable code."],
+	["Edsger Dijkstra", "Program testing can at best show the presence of errors but never their absence."],
+	["Edsger Dijkstra", "... if 10 years from now, when you are doing something quick and dirty, you suddenly visualize that I am looking over your shoulders and say to yourself, Dijkstra would not have liked this, well that would be enough immortality for me."],
+	["Edsger Dijkstra", "The use of COBOL cripples the mind; its teaching should, therefore, be regarded as a criminal offense."],
+	["Edsger Dijkstra", "Being abstract is something profoundly different from being vague."],
+	["Edsger Dijkstra", "The problems of the real world are those that remain when you ignore their known solutions."],
+	["Edsger Dijkstra", "The prisoner falls in love with his chains. (In reference to programmers using inadequate tools.)"],
+	["Edsger Dijkstra", "I pray daily that more of my fellow programmers may find the means of freeing themselves from the curse of compatibility."],
+	["Edsger Dijkstra", "Brainpower is by far our scarcest resource."],
+	["Edsger Dijkstra", "If you carefully read its literature and analyze what its devotees actually do, you will discover that software engineering has accepted as its charter, \"How to program if you cannot.\""],
+	["Edsger Dijkstra", "Waiting is a very funny activity: you can't wait twice as fast."],
+	["Edsger Dijkstra", "Do not try to change the world. Give the world the opportunity to change itself."],
+	["Edsger Dijkstra", "Go To Statement Considered Harmful"],
+	["Edsger Dijkstra", "Maintaining a large range of agilities mental and physical requires regular exercise [...]. That is why the capable are always busy. (Lecture, Capita Selecta, October 10, 1996.)"],
+	["Edsger Dijkstra", "Mathematicians are like managers; they want improvement without change."],
+	["Edsger Dijkstra", "... I had already come to the conclusion that in the practice of computing, where we have so much latitude for making a mess of it, mathematical elegance is not a dispensable luxury, but a matter of life and death."],
+	["Edsger Dijkstra", "Simplicity is prerequisite for reliability."],
+	["Edsger Dijkstra", "Perfecting oneself is as much unlearning as it is learning."],
+	["Edsger Dijkstra", "Programming is one of the most difficult branches of applied mathematics; the poorer mathematicians had better remain pure mathematicians."],
+	["Edsger Dijkstra", "The lurking suspicion that something could be simplified is the world's richest source of rewarding challenges."],
+	["Grace Hopper", "To me programming is more than an important practical art. It is also a gigantic undertaking in the foundations of knowledge."], 
+	["Grace Hopper", "From then on, when anything went wrong with a computer, we said it had bugs in it. (On the removal of a 2-inch-long moth from the Harvard Mark II experimental computer at Harvard in 1947.)"], 
+	["Grace Hopper", "A ship in port is safe; but that is not what ships are built for. Sail out to sea and do new things."],
+	["Grace Hopper", "At present, we're putting on paper a lot of stuff that never needed to be on paper. We do need to keep the records. But there isn't any reason for printing them. The next generation growing up with the computers will change that."],
+	["Grace Hopper", "If it's a good idea, go ahead and do it. It is much easier to apologize than it is to get permission."], 
+	["Grace Hopper", "I had a running compiler and nobody would touch it. ... they carefully told me, computers could only do arithmetic; they could not do programs."], 
+	["Grace Hopper", "I've always been more interested in the future than in the past."],  
+	["Grace Hopper", "Life was simple before World War II. After that, we had systems."],
+	["Grace Hopper", "Humans are allergic to change. They love to say, 'We've always done it this way.' I try to fight that. That's why I have a clock on my wall that runs counter-clockwise."], 
+	["Grace Hopper", "The most dangerous phrase in the language is, 'We've always done it this way.'"],
+	["Grace Hopper", "We're flooding people with information. We need to feed it through a processor. A human must turn information into intelligence or knowledge. We've tended to forget that no computer will ever ask a new question."],
+	["Grace Hopper", "You manage things, you lead people. We went overboard on management and forgot about leadership. It might help if we ran the MBAs out of Washington."],
+	["Rich Hickey", "If you want everything to be familiar, you will never learn anything new. cuz it can't be significantly different from what you already know and not drift away from the familiarity."],
+	["Rich Hickey", "I think programmers have become inured to incidental complexity... when they encounter complexity, they consider it a challenge to overcome, rather than an obstacle to remove. Overcoming complexity isn't work, it's waste."],
+	["Donald Knuth", "The hardest thing is to go to sleep at night, when there are so many urgent things needing to be done. A huge gap exists between what we know is possible with today's machines and what we have so far been able to finish."],
+	["Donald Knuth", "Beware of bugs in the above code; I have only proved it correct, not tried it."],
+	["Donald Knuth", "The most important thing in the programming language is the name. A language will not succeed without a good name. I have recently invented a very good name and now I am looking for a suitable language."],
+	["Donald Knuth", "God is a challenge because there is no proof of his existence and therefore the search must continue."],
+	["Donald Knuth", "I'm obsessively detail-oriented."],
+	["Donald Knuth", "If you optimize everything, you will always be unhappy."],
+	["Donald Knuth", "In fact what I would like to see is thousands of computer scientists let loose to do whatever they want. That's what really advances the field."],
+	["Donald Knuth", "Science is what we understand well enough to explain to a computer. Art is everything else we do."],
+	["Donald Knuth", "There's ways to amuse yourself while doing things and thats how I look at efficency."],
+	["Donald Knuth", "I decry the current tendency to seek patents on algorithms. There are better ways to earn a living than to prevent other people from making use of one's contributions to computer science."],
+	["Donald Knuth", "People think that computer science is the art of geniuses but the actual reality is the opposite, just many people doing things that build on eachother, like a wall of mini stones."],
+	["Donald Knuth", "A list is only as strong as its weakest link."],
+	["Donald Knuth", "An algorithm must be seen to be believed."],
+	["Donald Knuth", "Everyday life is like programming, I guess. If you love something you can put beauty into it."],
+	["Donald Knuth", "I've never been a good estimator of how long things are going to take."],
+	["Donald Knuth", "The most important thing in the kitchen is the waste paper basket and it needs to be centrally located."],
+	["Donald Knuth", "I currently use Ubuntu Linux, on a standalone laptop - it has no Internet connection. I occasionally carry flash memory drives between this machine and the Macs that I use for network surfing and graphics; but I trust my family jewels only to Linux."],
+	["Donald Knuth", "Let us change our traditional attitude to the construction of programs. Instead of imagining that our main task is to instruct a computer what to do, let us concentrate rather on explaining to human beings what we want a computer to do."],
+	["Donald Knuth", "My general working style is to write everything first with pencil and paper, sitting beside a big wastebasket. Then I use Emacs to enter the text into my machine."],
+	["Donald Knuth", "People who are more than casually interested in computers should have at least some idea of what the underlying hardware is like. Otherwise the programs they write will be pretty weird."],
+	["Donald Knuth", "The manuals we got from IBM would show examples of programs and I knew I could do a heck of a lot better than that. So I thought I might have some talent."],
+	["Alan Turing", "Machines take me by surprise with great frequency."],
+	["Alan Turing", "We are not interested in the fact that the brain has the consistency of cold porridge."],
+	["Alan Turing", "It seems probable that once the machine thinking method had started, it would not take long to outstrip our feeble powers... They would be able to converse with each other to sharpen their wits. At some stage therefore, we should have to expect the machines to take control."],
+	["Devops Borat", "You can not able spell business without BS."],
+	["Devops Borat", "Cloud is not ready for enterprise if is not integrate with single server running Active Directory."],
+	["Devops Borat", "Fact of useless: 90% of data is not exist 2 year ago. Fact of use: 90% of data is useless."],
+	["Devops Borat", "Dirty secret of Big Data is you can not able deploy if you not have SQL expert on staff."],
+	["Devops Borat", "You can not able have unlimit scalability without unlimit outage."],
+	["Devops Borat", "Word 'impossible' is not exist in devops vocabulary. Instead we are use 'done by Q4'."],
+	["Devops Borat", "50% of devops are confuse causation with correlation. Other 50% are just take wild ass guess."],
+	["Devops Borat", "Source of Microsoft and Hortonworks are tell me Hadoop for Windows is release as Excel plugin."],
+	["Devops Borat", "For every of stakeholder involve in your project is completion of project delay by 6 month."],
+	["Devops Borat", "In startup we are final master art of agile waterfall."],
+	["Devops Borat", "Conflict resolution is most important skill of manager. In startup we are force all manager for use git."],
+	["Devops Borat", "Pair programming is good concept but is involve too many programmer."],
+	["Devops Borat", "Junior programmer is everybody can able understand your code is wrong. Senior programmer is nobody can able understand your code is wrong."],
+	["Devops Borat", "In devops we are face fiscal cliff every year when Oracle license is up for renew."],
+	["Devops Borat", "90% of 5 Why exercise is result in open can of worm."],
+	["Devops Borat", "Distributed database is only as good as network engineer which is in charge of push cable all way in switch port."],
+	["Jack Tramiel", "Business is war."],
+	["Plato", "De goeden hebben geen regels nodig om verantwoordelijk te handelen. De slechten zullen voor elke regel een uitweg vinden."],
+	["Plato", "Wanneer je je verre houdt van politiek zul je uiteindelijk door je minderen geregeerd worden."],
+	["Plato", "Dictatuur ontstaat als van nature uit democratie en de zwaarste tirannie en slavernij ontstaan uit de meest extreme vormen van vrijheid"],
+	["Plato", "Een goede beslissing is gebaseerd op kennis, niet op cijfers."],
+	["Plato", "Onwetendheid is de wortel van alle kwaad."],
+	["Plato", "Over twee zaken moet je je nooit opwinden: dat wat je kunt verhelpen en dat wat je niet kunt verhelpen."],
+	["Plato", "Kennis die onder dwang vergaard wordt beklijft niet."],
+	["Cicero", "Als je wilt leren, geef dan les."],
+	["Cicero", "Argumenten moet men wegen, niet tellen."],
+	["Cicero", "De oorsprong van alle dingen is klein."],
+	["Cicero", "Hij, die niets kan bedenken, is niet z� dom als hij, die een domheid van een ander prijst."],
+	["Cicero", "Als we ons niet schamen om het te denken, moeten we ons niet schamen om het te zeggen."],
+	["Cicero", "Je kunt het zo gek niet bedenken, of er is wel een filosoof die het gezegd heeft."],
+	["Aristoteles", "Iedereen kan kwaad worden. Het is de kunst om op de juiste manier, om de juiste reden, op het juiste moment, in de juiste mate kwaad te worden op de juiste persoon"],
+	["Aristoteles", "Kwaliteit is geen handeling maar een gewoonte."],
+	["Aristoteles", "Er is geen groot genie zonder een tikje waanzin."],
+	["Aristoteles", "Wat wij kunnen doen, kunnen we ook laten."],
+	["Aristoteles", "Verandering is altijd goed."],
+	["Aristoteles", "Elk mens verlangt van nature naar kennis."],
+	["Aristoteles", "Plezier in wat je doet brengt perfectie in het resultaat."],
+	["Aristoteles", "Waarschijnlijke onmogelijkheden moeten verkozen worden boven onwaarschijnlijke mogelijkheden."],
+	["Aristoteles", "Een klein foutje valt niet op, maar als het groeit dan springt het in het oog."],
+	["Waldorf and Statler","If you can�t say anything nice� Welcome to the club!"],
+	["Jack Tramiel", "We need to build computers for the masses, not the classes."]
+];
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+// Do not change anything below this line
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+	["WIN","Running your unit tests before you push."],
+	["WIN","Testing your code regularly."],
+	["WIN","Regularly fetching other peoples changes."],
+	["WIN","Going test driven."],
+	["WIN","Refactoring."],
+	["WIN","Daring to fail."],
+	["WIN","Owning your failures."],
+	["WIN","Sharing is caring."],
+	["WIN","Talking to your colleagues."],
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+	["FAIL", "Writing the regression tests for your own code."],
+	["FAIL", "Assuming the blame lies elsewhere."],
+	["FAIL", "Fixing the headless client to solve a regression issue."],
+	["FAIL", "Ignoring that nagging feeling that something is wrong."],
+	["FAIL", "Hoarding your code."],
+	["FAIL", "CTRL+C, CTRL+V"],
+	["FAIL", "Being afraid to fail."],
+	["FAIL", "Hoarding your tasks."],
+	["FAIL", "Going quick and dirty."],
+	["FAIL", "Using Java6 in a Java5 JDK"],
+	["FAIL", "Running your company on outdated software."],
+	["FAIL", "Guarding your knowledge and expertise from others."]
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