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Valeria,

You are, in the language of baseball, a utility player. You can be placed in many different positions and everyone breathes a sigh of relief because they know wherever you play -- you will contribute.

As long as you're on the team, who cares what position you're playing!

Happy 200th. I can't wait to see where you take us next!

Drew

Valeria, I have been such a bad blogger—I've been doing too much work and not enough blog reading. :)

Congratulations on 200! May there be many more to come.

Roger -- thank you, dear friend. I have been enjoying your amazing recollection and use of the classics in new ways.

Steve -- any time you want to do a brainstorm lunch, you're on. I keep buzzing for days.

Gianandrea -- thank you for keeping me grounded on my Italian roots.

Mike -- sometimes I surprise myself. What can I say? The only way I know is forward.

David -- the box kept appearing in many of my conversations with recruiters and hiring managers. The strength I bring to the table is exactly that I do not fit into the darn box.

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