We don't get political at Snarky very often, but we're based in Minnesota and our experience is with Minnesota developers and businesses. We're considered one of the more talent/creativity-driven economies in the US, and it's a combination of technology, talent, and tolerance that fuels that economy and economic diversity. Cheer(io)s to General Mills for recognizing that diversity is one of the many factors that powers our state and for stepping up to model tolerance.
"For decades, General Mills has worked to create an inclusive culture for our employees. We believe it is important for Minnesota to be viewed as inclusive and welcoming as well. We oppose the proposed constitutional amendment because we do not believe it is in the best interests of our employees or our state economy,” Tom Forsythe, vice president of corporate communications, said." (OnTop Magazine)Title: I'm supporting paired programming in all its incarnations
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