PyCon Namibia returned after two years of COVID. This three-day event featured a roster of Namibian and international speakers on a variety of programming topics, including data science, robotics, careers, Infrastructure and web applications. The conference was held at Kleines Heim, in Windhoek from February 21–23, 2023. In 2020, PyCon NA was one of the […]
We answered a question on how to get started back with programming in Python, for someone who has left programming.
We’re happy to announce that our CEO Iqbal Abdullah was welcomed by Python Software Foundation (PSF) as one of its Fellows for 2022.
PyCon JP 2022 in-person came back after a hiatus with a bang, and this is a short report on how it was like.
We didn’t hire a person who applied for an engineering position on our team, but this was also a chance to level up. This was our feedback to the applicant.
Iqbal’s keynote text for PyCon APAC 2022
Thoughts and takeaways being a panelist for the Diversity & Inclusion in the Python Community Panel – EuroPython 2022
Siang experienced EuroPython for the first time through the 2022 edition and reports on his experience.
Pycon Indonesia 2021 (PyconID) wrapped last Sunday over the weekend. It’a 2 days event with a full stream of talks on various topics related to the Python programming language. The Python Indonesia community has been organizing this event since 2017 and in 2018 we managed to join the event in person in Jakarta. Unfortunately this […]
We’re happy to report we headed one of Le Wagon’s workshops to share a bit of knowledge and talk with their students. Le Wagon is a coding school based out of 44 cities in 25 countries. They bring coding skills to creative people who aim to create their own startup or add technical know-how to […]