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Topic: The programmer from $1500 at an o'clock

http://www.businessinsider.com/a-google … ear-2014-1 This founder told us that his startup tried to poach a "programmer" currently working at Google. The startup made the programmer what it thought was a big offer: a $500,000 salary. "He blew us off," said the founder. The programmer told the startup thanks for the offer, but Google was currently paying him $3 million per year in cash and restricted stock units.

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Re: The programmer from $1500 at an o'clock

Hello, Kingofastellarwar, you wrote: K> This founder told us that his startup tried to poach a "programmer" currently working at Google. This location for prorolling of trolls. Go on an adjacent lawn.

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Re: The programmer from $1500 at an o'clock

Hello, Sheridan, you wrote: K>> This founder told us that his startup tried to poach a "programmer" currently working at Google. S> This location for prorolling of trolls. Go on an adjacent lawn. Why an interesting subject. How many I know, a fork in Google, ,  in the Valley and the Dignity-frantse 150-240k , without considering sinks. Or a subject for transfer to Abroad?

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Re: The programmer from $1500 at an o'clock

MB> Why an interesting subject. How many I know, a fork in Google, ,  in the Valley and the Dignity-frantse 150-240k , without considering sinks. Here a situation any another -  the person too knew, wanted for $500k from Google to pull out. The question on manholes and gnomes, probably, did not stand. I.e. 1) it whence knew, 2) it something was valuable. It can the patent what holds, or itself has been redeemed by Google as the founder any (not-) the necessary startup in general while sensation that "the person in day cannot eat so much swede".

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Re: The programmer from $1500 at an o'clock

Hello, Mr Bombastic, you wrote: MB> Or a subject for transfer to Abroad? More likely in "an operation sentence" or as there.

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Re: The programmer from $1500 at an o'clock

Hello, Kingofastellarwar, you wrote: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=66I7Mhkkl64