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eGenix at EuroPython 2010


Meet up with eGenix at this year's EuroPython Conference in
Birmingham, UK.

The EuroPython Conference is the one of the premier conferences for
Python users and developers. This year it is being held from the 19th
to 22th July in Birmingham, UK.

This announcement is also available on our web-site for online reading:



eGenix was one of the founding members of the EuroPython conference
team and played a major role in organizing the first EuroPython
conference in the year 2002.

Since then we have attended every EuroPython conference to meet up
face-to-face with the many people we know from the Python & Zope
communities and the many people that we don't yet know from these
communities -- if you are interested in meeting with us, please drop
us a note so that we can arrange a meeting: info(a)



At this year's EuroPython, eGenix will be giving a talk about an
interesting custom project we successfully finished recently:

Running Ghana VAT on Python

At the EuroPython 2009 conference, we gave a lightning talk showcasing
an eGenix Custom Python Project that we have been working on for our
client Aya Technologies, Switzerland:

EuroPython 2009 - Making 50 Mio. EUR per year using Python

This year, we will present the fantastic results of that project, go
into more depth, analyze the problems we faced and how we solved them.

Marc-Andr´┐Ż, CEO of eGenix, will be giving this presentation on Monday,
July 19th in the Library Theatre:


Marc-Andre Lemburg

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