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are programmers / men really this predictable

Seen browsing today.

I see two apparent assumptions in this:

1 - people interested in installing open source bug tracking software are primarily male.

2 - those males, when looking for a hosted project planning software from a Microsoft partner, are best attracted with a semi-nude woman.

Really? So sad. So sad.

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I have to admit, I would be

I have to admit, I would be more inclined to buy microsoft products from her... I am a man, but not a very good programmer, for the statistical record.

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