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Welcome Valued Associate Demis Bellot

The NYC Headquarters of Stack Exchange welcomes Demis Bellot!  As a developer on the Careers 2.0 team, Demis is excited to work on a platform with a large and influential reach.  Demis is best known online as the creator of http://www.servicestack.net/ – An Open Source Mono and .NET Web Service Framework. An avid traveler, Demis…
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The NYC Headquarters of Stack Exchange welcomes Demis Bellot!  As a developer on the Careers 2.0 team, Demis is excited to work on a platform with a large and influential reach.  Demis is best known online as the creator of http://www.servicestack.net/ – An Open Source Mono and .NET Web Service Framework.

An avid traveler, Demis enjoys taking photos in lovely locations, which often look photoshopped (like these).

       

While he isn’t a hobbyist per se, Demis can be easily convinced into a game of tennis or golf.  With his multitude of skills, Demis is sure to be a strong contributor to the Dev Team.  Welcome Demis!

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