Hi there! I'm back with some great news! The first meet up from the JBoss User Group from Argentina will take place in Buenos Aires the next 6th of December in the Red Hat offices. I will be doing an introduction and a set of hands on jBPM5 and the Drools Platform. For more information you can visit the meetup web page: http://www.meetup.com/JBoss-User-Group-Argentina/events/40653242/ and reserve your seat! If you are around, this will be a great opportunity to talk about these great projects and also to organize following meetings about different projects. This group is just starting and we count on the community to create a deeply technical group where we can share what we know and learn from the other members. You can follow the events update in twitter: @JBUGArgentina
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