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Where do you live?
Detriot Michigan USA
Your real name? (No pseudonyms, please)
Qutbuddin Mala
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Your major?
Mechanical Engineering
Tell us about you:
Hello Everyone,
Even though my degree is in Mechanical, I am working as a computer programmer for almost a decade. I came to Canada in 1996 and currently I am in Michigan working as a software engineer in (Rock Financial/Quicken Loans). The language we use is Progress. I am married and have 2 wonderful kids.
What are your hobbies?
Traveling, Movies and RacketBall.

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At 3:40am on September 18, 2007, Muhammad Zafar Usmani said…
Assalam u Alekum

Long time no see.... Thanks to the website...

Take care and stay in touch..
Zafar Usmani

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