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Tuan Dang is a Senior Software Engineer in the Tivoli division of IBM Software group. During his IBM career, he has been responsible for design and development in various areas including database design and administration, web performance, B2B protocols and data modeling. He is currently focused on data integration within the Tivoli portfolio of products.  

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