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iSGTW Image of the Week - Catania

Image of the week - EGEE User Forum, in Catania

Click image for a PDF file of the poster to download. Image courtesy of Andre-Pierre Olivier

It's hard to get a sense of Sicily through a laptop screen, but thanks to GridTalk's GridCast you're not too far removed from the 4th EGEE User Forum (held in conjunction with OGF25 and OGF Europe's 2nd International Event).

Get some feedback from the conference room floor:

*First REAL Night at Catania

*Word on the Street! Amsterdam thrilled to host EGI...

*GridTalk from Twitter

*Great Sorbet in day 2

*Our carrettu Sicilianu, bearing citrus fruit for the grid world

*EGEE sites on Amazon EC2?

*Podcasts from EGEE User Forum/OGF25 and OGF Europe's 2nd International Event (available soon)

Held from 2 March to 6 March, the event promises to showcase grid technologies and connect developers, users and newcomers to distributed computing. Come along and check out the benefits of grid computing for business and research, now and in the future.

Can't make it? The GridCast team will be there to blog the latest on all that's happening!

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