CODE 2013 - Conference for Developers from Europe
At the CODE 2013 ( Conference for Developers from Europe ) we will once more celebrate a big meeting of developers and discuss a wide range of topics from the modern programming world.
Call for papers is open:
Event: CODE 2013
Dates: September 2013
Location: Germany - NRW - Oberhausen ( or near by )
Deadline to Submit a Proposal: January 31, 2013
Submitting a Proposal:
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