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The subject of this article is a character from the Jurassic lore.
The subject of this article is from the InGen Database.
The subject of this article is from the base game.

I am totally unappreciated in my time. You could run this whole park from this room with minimal staff for up to three days. You think that kind of automation is easy? Or cheap? You know anybody who can network eight Connection Machines and debug two million lines of code for what I bid for this job? Because if he can, I'd like to see him try.
- Dennis Nedry

Dennis Nedry is a character mentioned in the InGen Database.

InGen Database Entry

Dennis Nedry was the computer programmer tasked with setting up the computer systems to operate Jurassic Park. It was said to be the most advanced automation for any theme park ever. His financial problems encouraged him to strike a deal with Lewis Dodgson to steal some dinosaur embryos.

He covered his theft by disabling many of the park's security systems. He then raced towards the docks to meet his contact, storing the embryos in a can of shaving cream provided by Dodgson. By this time, a storm had broken out and he crashed the Jeep. He attempted to recover the vehicle using its winch and lost his glasses.

With his eyesight compromised, he was surprised by a Dilophosaurus which spat venom at him, blinding him further. He dropped the can and was attacked and eaten by the Dilophosaurus.

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