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I had a question that was closed and subsequently deleted. I understand why it was closed (subjective), but it had some really good career advice on it that I haven't had chance to read through and take in. I'm not particularly bothered if the question stays deleted! I just want the information from the answers/comments on the question. Is it possible to get the information back?

Question: "What to Learn??" on Stack Overflow
. Question number: 1890322.

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closed as off topic by Adam Davis, Greg Hewgill, Jeff Atwood Dec 21 '09 at 6:49

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Hints on the title? –  dmckee Dec 21 '09 at 5:05
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Needlepoint is good to learn. –  random Dec 21 '09 at 5:08
    
I don't currently see a "What to Learn" or anything like it in the 10k tools list of recently deleted questions (on Stack Overflow), so I can't help you. Sorry. –  dmckee Dec 21 '09 at 5:09
    
Thank you for trying. It may have been deleted a few days ago I only noticed when I tried to read reposes to my question earlier! –  Euclid Dec 21 '09 at 5:16

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up vote 8 down vote accepted

Here:

http://semiaxis.com/wtl/what-to-learn.htm

It's just a copy of what I can see. Don't expect that copy to be around on the above site for long though.

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That was fast, isn't up any longer. –  random Dec 21 '09 at 5:30
    
Thank you very much.. copying it now! sorry cant up-vote not made it to 15 yet. –  Euclid Dec 21 '09 at 5:30
    
Got it thank-you. –  Euclid Dec 21 '09 at 5:35
    
You're welcome. –  Adam Davis Dec 21 '09 at 5:37
    
Since you have it, I've removed it from my website - I didn't scrutinize the file for unintended consequences to the website, so I can't leave it up permanently. –  Adam Davis Dec 21 '09 at 5:41

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