not the same thing
Close but no cigar. "Words for repeated ideas" says it. The ideas are not co-ordinate clauses in my example, although they are in yours. They are separate. The first is "set up", speaking of the mechanical action itself (oddly he didn't say "setup of the the new server", which is more common - and also wrong), the second speaks of pride in the accomplishment, which is purely emotion oriented. The thoughts are too divergent to meet Mr. Swan's specification.
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