- Join Open Source Communities: Joining open-source communities can be an excellent way to learn more about open-source tech in Afghanistan. Some of the communities you can join include:
- Afghan Linux Users Group: https://www.facebook.com/afghanlinux
- Open Source Afghanistan: https://www.facebook.com/opensourceafghanistan
- Attend Tech Conferences: Attending tech conferences can help you meet with other like-minded individuals interested in open-source tech. Here are some of the tech conferences you can attend:
- Afghanistan Tech Conference: https://www.afghanistantechconference.com/
- Code for Afghanistan: https://www.facebook.com/codeforafghanistan/
- Read Blogs and Articles: You can also read blogs and articles on open-source tech in Afghanistan. Some blogs and websites to follow include:
- Open Source for Afghans: https://www.opensourceforafghans.org/
- TechNation Afghanistan: https://technation.af/
- Learn from Notable Technologists: Throughout history, Afghanistan has had several notable technologists. Here are some of them:
- Roya Mahboob: Roya Mahboob is the founder and CEO of Digital Citizen Fund, an organization that helps girls and women in Afghanistan gain access to technology and education.
- Fereshteh Forough: Fereshteh Forough is the founder of Code to Inspire, an organization that empowers girls and women in Afghanistan to learn how to code.
- Sayed Ahmad Shah Sadaat: Sayed Ahmad Shah Sadaat is an Afghan entrepreneur and the founder of the first Afghan software company, Netsol.
By joining open-source communities, attending tech conferences, reading blogs and articles, and learning from notable technologists, you can gain a better understanding of open-source tech in Afghanistan.
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