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About Aaron Ladage
Aaron Ladage is a UI engineer for DEG in Kansas City. He's the creator of inputtypes.com, a form input and onscreen keyboard testing utility, and has been a selected speaker at several prominent developer conferences, including SXSW Interactive, Future of Web Design NYC and HTML5DevConf San Francisco. Outside of work and freelance, Aaron is a cliché Kansas City BBQ snob and brews some really bad beer.
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