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Gregory Corbin is a Sr. Software Engineer for a top healthcare company based in Boston, MA. He has developed software for corporations such as Fidelity Investments, NASA, Quantum Computer Corporation, and Lycos.com. In his free time, he enjoys digital photo editing, making short films, and woodcrafting.

You can find out more information about me, including my resume and some software projects I’ve worked on at my web site here.



1. Judy Dumont - September 13, 2007

Hi Greg,

I am a recruiter working with a number of companies to help them hire Senior .Net Engineers. I would like to connect with you to discuss these openings in more detail.

Please feel free to give me a call or drop me an email.


Judy Dumont

2. bibomedia.com - March 5, 2008


3. Jimmy Alexis - March 26, 2008

Hi Gregory,

We here at Xceed are firm readers and believers in the influential power of a blogger. With that being said, we have decided to put together a simple program which will allow some of the best WPF bloggers through out the world to receive a free license of Xceed DataGrid for WPF Professional Edition, which will include 1yr of (both minor and major) updates. This is a value of $750 US, but there will be no charges associated to the license and subscription and we will provide you with a 0$ invoice.

All we ask is a simple mention when we make new releases and your feedback on the product would be much appreciated.

Should you decide to participate in this program, simply reply to this email and I will send you the license and set up your subscription.

Kind regards,

Jimmy Alexis
Xceed marketing coordinator

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