Bosnia and Herzegovina Dojo

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There are several ways to learn more about open-source tech in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Here are some resources with links:
  1. Bosnia and Herzegovina Linux Users Group (BLUG) - This is a community of Linux users in Bosnia and Herzegovina. They have a forum where members can share information and collaborate on open-source projects. Website:

  2. Open Source Software Bosnia and Herzegovina (OSSBA) - This is a non-profit organization that promotes the use of open-source software in Bosnia and Herzegovina. They organize events, workshops, and training sessions for the community. Website:

  3. Balkan Computer Congress (BalcCon) - This is an annual conference that brings together the open-source community in the Balkans, including Bosnia and Herzegovina. The conference features talks, workshops, and networking opportunities. Website:

  4. Free and Open Source Software Foundation (FOSSFA) - This is a pan-African organization that promotes the use of open-source software in Africa. They have a chapter in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Website:

Notable technologists from Bosnia and Herzegovina throughout history include:

  1. Muhamed Filipović - He is considered the father of computer science in Bosnia and Herzegovina. He was a professor of computer science at the University of Sarajevo and helped establish the first computer science program in the country.

  2. Azra Akšamija - She is an artist and architectural historian who uses technology and open-source software to explore issues of cultural identity and memory. She is currently a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

  3. Jasmin Azemović - He is the founder of the Sarajevo School of Science and Technology, a private university that emphasizes the use of technology and innovation in education.

  4. Aleksandar Lazarević - He is a software engineer and open-source developer who has contributed to several popular projects, including the Python programming language and the Django web framework.

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