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Spec#, Love you long time!

I'll repeat Greg Young and Fredrik Normén here.

I stated in the past that I really like the idea of Spec#, but even more I like the idea of Spec# being integrated in C# later on. But nontheless  I want verifiable  software...

I Love Spec# T-Shirt

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