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Who says computer programmers aren’t stronger than the Army & Navy?

| May 4, 2010 | Community Giving, Ipswitch News

Ipswitch win’s the Augusta Plane Pull, benefiting the Ronald McDonald House.  Ipswitch’s team of computer programmers won for the second year in a row, pulling a Boeing 727 plane 12 feet in 6.499 seconds — more than five seconds faster than last year’s time.

“I guess it’s all the doughnuts we eat,” Tripp Allen joked.  “All of that — and working out on the keyboard.”

Team Ipswitch had some pretty tough competition, 36 teams in total, including the Army AND the Navy!

The NEW Ronald MacDonald House will begin construction next year.

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