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RedTurtle at EuroPython 2011: not simple spectators...

May 03, 2011

RedTurtle sponsors EuroPython, and presents at the event its new capabilities in the development of complex web applications thanks to the couple made by Plone + Pyramid
RedTurtle at EuroPython 2011: not simple spectators...

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Since several months, RedTurtle's interest and proficiency in Python, born thanks to the intense and sophisticated use of Plone, were extended to other Web frameworks, in particular to Pyramid.

One more reason to participate to Europython 2011 and to sponsor the event, taking place in Florence from 20 to 26 June.

In the talk by Andrew Mleczko scheduled for Wednesday 22 June, two use cases will be described, the Web ERP "Aetena Water CUP" and FatOrazio, in which RedTurtle has shown that it can approach the private sector with the same competence and authority widely demonstrated in the Public Sector.

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