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Armand Navabi

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  1. an Iranian-American Nerdcore hip hop rapper, programmer and PhD student at Purdue University in Indiana

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  2. Starting in the summer of 2007, Armand's Ph.D research took priority over his rapping career

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  3. aka MC Plus+, previously Sir Code-A-Lot

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  4. currently works on automatic code parallelization and has contributed to the fields of software watermarking and layout algorithms

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  5. MC Plus+ began his Nerdcore career as Sir Code-A-Lot with a diss song regarding Management Information Systems, while studying computer science at the University of Arizona

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