Rodrigo Martinez: IoT Day Chile 2016

Estimados,

Quedan todos invitados a participar en el IoT Day Chile 2016. Este es un evento que comenzó el 2011, y se realiza a nivel mundial todos los años el 09 de abril.
Info del evento:
* Sábado 09 de abril, 16:00
* Lugar: Hotel Solace (Monseñor Nuncio Sotero Sanz de Villalba 115, Providencia)
* Agenda: Va adjunta
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