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WWDC 2016: Apple the Underdog; What I learned about people while working in IT

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10 things I learned about people while working in IT

If you've spent any time in IT, you know that human interaction is a big part of the job. And while you're interacting with those people, you'll learn a thing or two. Or 10.

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