Video Entrevista: Roy Rubin y Yoav Kutner en Meet Magento

Entrevista: Roy Rubin y Yoav Kutner desde Meet Magento en Vimeo.

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    1NYCweb |posted September 26 2013

    Que pena no poder ver el video espero que trabajemos mas a conciencia.

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