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representation of the T-shaped tester 31 אוק 2013 10:30 #988

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Augusto Evangelisti @augeva :

Great feedback on the our representation of the T-shaped tester, where is the brain? help us design it! #AgileTD pic.twitter.com/JosusFNyjw
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עריכה אחרונה: 31 אוק 2013 10:38 ע"י halperinko.
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