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RUPY 2011 - RedTurtle enlivens Ruby-Python dialogue

Aug 01, 2011

RedTurtle's Andrew Mleczko takes part to the 2011 edition of an unique event in the European panorama

Rupy is an event taking place every two years, born to enliven Eastern Europe, where both Python and Ruby developers' presence is important. The concept is simple: invite authoritative speakers, to favor the growth of competences and experience exchange.

RedTurtle is particularly proud that our Andrew Mleczko, who was among the participants of the 2009 edition, once again is among the invited speakers. By now, the list of talks was not yet made available, and we will be happy to return on this matter in a few weeks.

The conference, including thematic workshops, will take place in Poznan, Poland, from 14 to 16 October 2011.

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