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Isle of Open Source 2011 at Villa Bighi

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What do Google, Microsoft, Linux, US Navy and the local company MARSEC-XL have in common? The answer will be provided at the Isle of Open Source 2011 (IOOS2011) conference being held this week on 20 and 21 October at Villa Bighi in Kalkara.

For the first time, Google, Microsoft, Linux and the US Navy will meet in Malta at the IOOS2011 groundbreaking conference organised by MARSEC-XL, the local Marine Software Engineering Cluster of Excellence.

The IOOS2011 conference is based on global interest generated by MARSSA, the Marine Systems Software Architecture, a revolutionary Maltese high technology for the marine and yachting industry.

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