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Richard Hein

Richard Hein has covered Web technologies for 10 years in a variety of places including several Internet.com publications like Developer.com, 4GuysFromRolla, HTMLGoodies and more. Rich is currently the CodeGuru Site Manager where he covers the Microsoft Developer Technology beat.

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