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Tristan NITOT, de Mozilla Europe, a co-animé la 17ème édition du Barcamp dédié aux nouvelles technologies web, au côté de son acolyte Paul ROUGET mais également Patrick CHANEZON de Google.
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Tristan Nitot, Mozilla Europe
Président Fondateur de Mozilla Europe (Firefox). Auteur d...
Tristan NITOT, de Mozilla Europe, a co-animé la 17ème édition du Barcamp dédié aux nouvelles technologies web, au côté de son acolyte Paul ROUGET mais également Patrick CHANEZON de Google.

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