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Rackspace adds branding even in their code

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For logical purposes and peace of mind we all use comments when we develop, whether you are developing high level code or markup on a web page. Most developers use comments to define blocks of code for future coders, and to help paint a road map of where they were headed when they started. Rackspace however, is getting creative with their comments by adding some ASCII logo art in the tag of each one of their site pages. Browse on over and take a look: http://www.rackspace.com/

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Matt Eaton

Long time iOS and server side team lead with a love for Python, Swift, ObjC, C, C++, networking, testing, network debugging, embedded development, technical writing, and research.

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