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AtlanTec coming to Galway

3rd April, 2016
Eamon Walsh, GMIT, Caroline Cawley, ITAG , John Devlin, Storm, Patricia Hughes, HPE and Sean Duignan, GMIT Picture: Andrew Downes

Galway will play host to a two-day building event for software on May 26 and 27. The AtlanTec Festival is a celebration of Galway’s diverse technology culture. It will consist of a series of technology-themed events, of interest to industry professionals, community groups and those in education.

The AtlanTec Festival will showcase the latest and next generation technologies in Galway while simultaneously promoting the West as a technology hub, fostering innovation and collaboration.

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