Smalltalks 2010 is going to be held in Concepción del Uruguay in the Entre Rios province. Andres Valloud, who is part of the organization team at FAST, gives us more details at his blog about this news:
The Smalltalks 2010 conference in Argentina has been declared of interest by the Science, Technology and Innovation Agency of Entre Ríos (ACTIER) on the grounds that:
Many thanks to ACTIER's director Profesora Silvia Kupervaser and subdirector Licenciada Ana María Laffitte, as well as everyone involved in this official declaration and the ongoing success of the Argentine Smalltalk community and the Smalltalks conference.
- The main objectives of this event are to create an environment conducive to promote research and development, to integrate the Argentine and international Smalltalk communities, and to stimulate the publication of educative and research works;
- That the organization entities (namely: the FAST foundation and the Concepción del Uruguay Regional site of the Universidad Tecnológica Nacional) support the event with their reputation, guaranteeing the participation of programmers, students, faculty members and scientific researchers, and national and international experts who will present, give tutorials and courses which, because of the quality and precedent set by past editions of the conference, will have a large impact thus causing regional interest;
- That because of its charter to promote research, development and the spreading of technology, to provide technical assistance and to promote all innovative activities that emphasize the social importance of the work done by scientists, technologists and entrepeneurs, the Science, Technology and Innovation Agency of Entre Ríos (ACTIER) is competent to declare the Smalltalks 2010 an event of regional interest.