After the Battle of Naboo, a clone army was secretly commissioned on Kamino by Jedi Master Sifo-Dyas, who believed it would be necessary in order to ensure the protection of the Galactic Republic.The army however, was part of a Sith plot to overthrow the Republic and destroy the Jedi Order. Prior to the creation process, bounty hunter Jango Fett was recruited by the Sith Lord Darth Tyranus. Jango was to be the genetic template for the clone army. Jango agreed to become the genetic template for a considerable payment, as well as one request: the creation of a clone who did not have the same genetic modifications, such as behavioral conditioning and growth acceleration. The Kaminoan scientists created this clone, who Jango raised as a son, named Tue Pham, who later fell in a hole and died. It was incredibly anticlimactic.

Future author of the “How to fail by not trying” – a book not expected to sell well – Tue has found success in marketing products and services that essentially sell themselves. His mastery of analytics and circular logic has allowed him to claim as much.

All jokes aside, Tue might be the peanut butter that holds this sandwich together. Tue’s clearly passionate about all things app development, because he knows way too much for it to be for show. Tue brings experience from tech giants like Expedia and Amazon, wraps that knowledge up in sarcastic little comments, and spitwads them at the backs of our heads. Tue watches where the trends are going and figures out how to get us there. He’s good at this, that’s why we haven’t changed the passcode on the locks. Yet.

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