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Matt Severnson has assembled a team of quasi-geek individuals to build a revolutionary city-based website. The system becomes a hit, although fast food addiction, incessant sexual tension and heated bingo competition distract the group. While the opportunity arises to build the first government-sponsored high-speed Internet portal, the issue comes second to Matt's relation ...more
Paperback, 342 pages
Published May 1st 2005 by Spumoni Press
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Jamie Laster
Jul 18, 2008 rated it it was amazing
I loved this book, the story line I think you can follow even i fyou are not a computer geek. Katy was definitely my favorite character by far.. :) Great job Ben!!
Motiejus Ėringis
May 21, 2017 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Ridiculous book. Not worth reading unless you're a type of person who laughs at every shallow attempt to be funny.
Jordan
Ben Woods' novel is an entertaining look at what it means to have co-workers. The Developers, a small-scale software development company, are almost ready to release .comU, the project that will put them on the map. The launch of the system brings them almost instant success, but their personalities threaten to tear the company apart.

There is a feeling that The Developers is a very real company with very real people in it. But this is contrasted with the sheer silliness of, say, the Black Minisk
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Daniel Lakstins
Dec 03, 2008 rated it it was amazing
This is a great humorous reality fiction. Ben is a fantastic writer and is extremely helpful to all independent authors.
Melvina
Jan 13, 2013 rated it really liked it
This was a well written book. I am not a computer geek but I could still follow the story line. :)

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Ben Woods has held full-time computer programming positions with companies large and small, collected a stack of employee manuals and health insurance cards and worked with a litany of CEOs, PMPs, BBMs and A-HOLEs. He is a programmer and freelance writer who lives in Baltimore. His first book, a tech-humor fiction novel titled “The Developers,” discusses two key topics: online privacy and crazy pe ...more