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PyCon Namibia 2017

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Published on Mar 17, 2017

Cardiff University is encouraging a new generation of programmers in southern Africa to embrace a multi-billion pound industry that helps power major web-based brands.

The programming language Python is used around the world by the likes of Google, YouTube, Dropbox and Instagram.

Now an annual Python event in Namibia supported by Cardiff University’s Phoenix Project and the University of Namibia (UNAM) is inspiring others in Africa to explore its potential.

The first Python convention took place in Zimbabwe in November 2016 after organisers got the idea from attending Namibia’s annual gathering.

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