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Pycon Africa 2020

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PyCon Africa is the annual gathering of the Pan-African Python community on the continent of Africa. The conference is focused on the community using and developing the open-source Python programming language

The gathering of Python users & developer across Africa will be live in the month of August, 2020.

Due to the unfortunate circumstances, we can not come together in person, but we are excited to be continuing with the conference online!

Dates: August 4-8, 2020
Location: Online

Throughout the 4th – 8th of August 2020, you can expect:

  • Talks delivered by speakers from across Africa and the world.
  • Interactive sessions with influential Pythonista’s affecting the Python ecosystem on the continent.
  • Pan-African open source Python projects made from within the continent.

We encourage you to connect with our team in order to be apart of this exciting initiative. Pycon Africa online will be free, however, to cover the costs of putting the conference together please join with us by donating here.

PyCon Africa is a diverse conference dedicated to providing an enjoyable experience to everyone. Help us ensure this by following our code of conduct.

watch out this space for their registration update

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