A look back at PyCon Pakistan 2017

PyCon Pakistan 2017 was the first milestone in community building for the growth and promotion of Python in the country. We owe its tremendous success to our speakers and attendees. Watch them talk about their experiences in this video.

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Coders, techies explore possibilities of Python at Pakistan's first PyCon

They call themselves Pythonistas and more than 500 of them got together on December 16 at Pakistan’s first-ever Python Conference, PyCon.

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Welcome to the first PyCon meetup!

Pythonistas from around Lahore arrived at the Arbisoft office on 22nd July to kick off activities leading up to the first-ever PyCon Pakistan. 25 people attended the first meetup--including several seasoned Python devs, a few junior programmers, and even those who were just curious to learn.

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PyCon August Meeting Roundup

What’s minimalist and readable and not named after a snake?* You’d know the answer to that if you’d attended our second PyCon meetup, which took place at X2 in Lahore on 19th August. Representing the local Python community were Python developers, managers, and human resource professionals from software houses such as QC Tech, Ebryx, and Tintash; academics and computer scientists from UET, NUML, and elsewhere; Python developers working at companies such as Nestle. All in all, we had a good mix of different people who have a stake in the future of Python and the tech community in Pakistan and it showed in the discussion that followed.

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