EclipseCon France, Genuitec Bronze Sponsor. Secure Delivery Center Eclipse Luna

Genuitec is heading to Toulouse!

Year after year, EclipseCon France proves to be the premiere Eclipse conference in Europe - we're excited to be attending as a Bronze sponsor.

Stop by Booth 15 to meet Nick! Secure Delivery Center, Eclipse LunaNick Baumer from our European Sales team will be on site and ready to chat with you about all things Eclipse, including the upcoming Eclipse 4.4 Luna release.

Join us June 18 - 19th at EclipseCon France and meet up with Nick at Booth 15 during Exhibit Hours.

We can't wait to catch up with you at EclipseCon France and look forward to sharing our MyEclipse IDE and Secure Delivery Center technologies with you!

If you've not yet signed up for EclipseCon France, you're running out of time! Register for EclipseCon here. 

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