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This article was published on January 20, 2009


    Magento team Europe tour: Netherlands, France and Germany

    Magento team Europe tour: Netherlands, France and Germany
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    Mircea Goia was born in Romania and emigrated to US in 2005. He lives in Phoenix, AZ and works as web developer. His is involved in several Mircea Goia was born in Romania and emigrated to US in 2005. He lives in Phoenix, AZ and works as web developer. His is involved in several online projects and one of them is MyTestBox.com. Mircea shows a keen interest in commercial Web development such as social networks, viral marketing, e-commerce, online video (and filmmaking). He can be reached on his personal website (for suggestions, news, tips).

    magentocommerce_logoThe Magento team (which is behind the pretty popular e-commerce software MagentoCommerce) is excited to start the New Year with a European tour with stops in the Netherlands, France, and Germany. This is a great opportunity for them to engage with the innovative and enthusiastic members of their European community.

    They look forward to hearing from you and learning about how Magento can become a part of your toolbox and online eCommerce operations.

    Visit the links provided to get information on how you can be a part of the discussion.
    January 27, 2009 – Utrecht, Netherlands
    February 2, 2009 – Paris, France
    February 3, 2009 – Paris, France
    February 5, 2009 – Leipzig, Germany

    MagentoCommerce is an open-source e-commerce software developed by Varien (Varien is located in Los Angeles, USA and was established in 2001).

    It’s a PHP/MySQL solution with a new approach to online e-commerce (you have try it to see it – especially the administration section).

    So far, the software was downloaded more than 600,000 times and it was declared the Best New Project by the community at SourceForget.net 2008 Community Choice Awards.
    MagentoCommerce’s direct competitors includes Zencart, Cubecart, osCommerce and other open-source e-commerce software.