a. Open Institute Cambodia: The Open Institute is a non-profit organization based in Cambodia that works to promote and develop open-source technology in the country. Their website contains a wealth of resources on open-source software, including tutorials, forums, and information on upcoming events. You can find their website here: https://open.org.kh/.
b. Cambodian Open Source Initiative: The Cambodian Open Source Initiative is a non-profit organization that promotes the use of open-source software in Cambodia. Their website contains information on open-source tools, events, and community projects. You can find their website here: https://cosi.org.kh/.
c. Barcamp Cambodia: Barcamp is an annual event that brings together tech enthusiasts and entrepreneurs to share ideas, learn from one another, and promote the use of open-source technology. The event is open to the public and is a great opportunity to meet like-minded individuals. You can find more information on their website here: https://barcampcambodia.org/.
- Notable Technologists from Cambodia throughout history:
a. Koy Vanny: Koy Vanny is considered the father of computing in Cambodia. He was instrumental in the development of Cambodia’s first computer system, which was installed at the Royal University of Phnom Penh in the 1980s.
b. Dr. Bunna Vann: Dr. Bunna Vann is a prominent researcher and educator in the field of computer science. He has authored several publications on topics such as artificial intelligence and machine learning, and has received numerous awards for his contributions to the field.
c. Chhunly Pagenburg: Chhunly Pagenburg is a Cambodian-American entrepreneur and tech innovator. She co-founded the company Akamai Technologies, which provides cloud-based security solutions for businesses. She is also the founder of the Cambodian Women’s Entrepreneurial Network, which supports women in the tech industry.
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