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PSA: If you want to attend , the travel grant is opened:

If you need more than $2000 for travel you can still apply and they will try to help case by case. Make sure you have communicated that to the committee.

Tickets are on sale, please secure your spot!!

Business (medium to large): N$3000
Business (small): N$1500
Personal: N$400
Student/unwaged: N$150
For more:

#PyConNA23 #PyConNamibia2023 #PyConNamibia23

The @pycon call for proposals ends on December 9th, 2022 AoE. We accept tutorials on a variety of skills, libraries, and technologies and are *always* interested in hearing about new topics. 

Accepted tutorials will be held in person April 19-20, 2023, in Salt Lake City, UT. Travel grants are available and an honorarium is provided.

Check out all the details here!

Now I know it is the fediverse and get ready to reside on mastodon. This post introduces myself.

I write code to crunch numbers. I like and the community, and enjoy seeing through the abstraction to the making of the circuit. I hope more and more people code for engineering and science in and around the world, and would like to invite you to check out the events we hold with : .

In the hope we don't lose the great #python community on twitter, I've created a list of interesting Python people to follow on Twitter and Mastodon.🧑‍🤝‍🧑

If you know of anyone I've missed, please comment. 🙏

And here's the list of past PSF Community service award recipients:
If there's someone who you think deserve an award and not yet on this page, then nominate them.

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You can see the PSF membership roster here:

If they're not on this list, then you should write up the nomination.

It's basically an email saying "I'm nominating X for PSF Fellow (or PSF Community Service Award) because of their significant contributions to the Python community, such as ... ".

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@iqbalabd @darjeeling I am trying to create local training resources for open-source code development and project presentation. I would be interested in similar efforts in the regions. Please let me know if you are aware of something like that.

You’re not the product anymore. You’re a community member in your host’s ad-free server they pay for. There’s no venture capitalist payday coming for them. Everything you do here costs your host a little bit of money. Find out how you can chip in.

I'm proud to tell you that next Saturday November 19th 2022 📅 we'll host #DjangoGirls 👩‍💻 for the first time in #Pescara 🐬🇮🇹

We'll hold a #workshop, inclusive for #women, to take first steps with #Python :python: and #Django :django:

I thank #GDGPescara 🌉 who accepted my proposal this summer to host DjangoGirls within the #DevFest2022 🎉 and the fantastic #FuzzyBrains 🧠 team for helping us in every step of the organization 🙏


More info 👇

Just a heads up, when folks see things about #FediVerified

A nice thing here is that you can verify yourself! And no, I'm not trying to say that it's untrustworthy.

If you have a link in your bio, and then you have a rel="me" link at that other site (some social networks allow this, some don't), then Mastodon will show your link as verified.

So sure, this could be someone impersonating me, but it's much less likely considering the personal domain proof.

Finding people on Mastodon is hard. Just like the old days. You need to know their addresses. 😁

Mastodon for Python Asia Organization is up. 皆さん、ようこそ

Python Asia Mastodon

Python Asia Mastodon is a community of Python users and developers within the Asia region.