Toronto’s Enomaly in eWeek

I caught a glimpse of Enomaly in the May 7, 2007 issue of eWeek. Jason Brooks has written a great review of Enomalism on Fedora Core 6 and Xen 3.04

Enomalism Dashboard

It seems that Enomalism is built in Python on the TurboGears framework. Cool stuff, I wonder if any of Greg Wilson’s students are working at Enomaly. Jennifer Campbell, Sana Tapal, and Andrey Petrov demonstrated their OnLine Marking tool built in TurboGears at DemoCampToronto10.

3 thoughts on “Toronto’s Enomaly in eWeek”

  1. <p>None of Greg Wilson's student are working here. But if experienced with Turbogears and are looking for a job, please send me your resume,.</p><br />
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    <p>Reuven Cohen<br />Chief Technologist, Enomaly Inc</p>

  2. <p>None of Greg Wilson's student are working here. But if experienced with Turbogears and are looking for a job, please send me your resume,.</p><br />
    <br />
    <p>Reuven Cohen<br />Chief Technologist, Enomaly Inc</p>

  3. None of Greg Wilson's student are working here. But if experienced with Turbogears and are looking for a job, please send me your resume,.

    Reuven Cohen
    Chief Technologist, Enomaly Inc

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