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I am trying to find someone in the Pacifc Northwest to program an extensive set of plug-ins for a cad program I have developed. It needs to written in Xcode using carbon. If there is there is contract programmer out there who may be interested in discussing this or who knows someone in the area (Seattle preferably) who does Macintosh contract programming I would appreciate the feedback.
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