Yeah, sure. I'm first of all, thanks for having me on Tobias. Yeah, my name is Tim ward. I've been working in the software engineering space for around the last 1213 years and mainly focusing on the kind of enterprise space myself, I'm based out of Copenhagen, Denmark, and I have a little boy and a little dog that looks like and he walk and and my wife all live in, in small, little Copenhagen.
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