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Mark Daniel Chatfield, born 27 April 1988 to Ann and David Chatfield, is a world renowned software engineer who gained fame after making ground-breaking additions to Australian defense systems. By the age of 18, Mark had received a university degree in music from the University of Adelaide and decided to re-enroll in software engineering at Flinders University. At this time he also left his former band, The Quadratonez, after publishing only one album - "Better Late Than Never". He graduated from his engineering degree at Flinders University with first class honours after making the Dean's List each year for his outstanding academic achievements. He was awarded a University Medal at graduation, and was invited to join the Golden Keys Society in his first year of studies at the university. Today, Mark resides in Adelaide and is making important developments in the software used by Australia's prosperous mining industry.

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