The Plone Symposium East 2010 and associated training sessions and programming sprints will make up a week of Web development activity at Penn State during the week of May 24-30.
The Plone Symposium East 2010 highlights the week and will be held May 27-28 at the Nittany Lion Inn on the Penn State University Park campus in State College, PA. The event will feature a variety of sessions, focused on Zope and Plone, that are targeted at beginners, integrators, and innovators in business and education.
More information about these and other training sessions are available at the Symposium Web page:http://bit.ly/7wVbFi
Registration for the Plone Symposium is open, and to register please go tohttp://bit.ly/7wVbFi. Registration rates are $350. Full-time students can register for $175.Attendees can register at the door, but must pay with major credit card.
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