Uzbekistan Dojo

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To learn more about open-source tech in Uzbekistan, you can start by exploring the following resources:
  1. Uzbekistan Open Source Association - a non-profit organization that promotes the use of open-source software in Uzbekistan.
  2. GitHub - a popular platform for developers to share and collaborate on open-source projects. You can search for Uzbekistan-based projects or developers on GitHub.
  3. Meetup - a website that allows you to search for tech-related events in Uzbekistan, including those focused on open-source technology.

Notable technologists from Uzbekistan throughout history include:

  1. Al-Khwarizmi - a mathematician and astronomer who lived in the 9th century and is considered the father of algebra.
  2. Abu Rayhan al-Biruni - a polymath who lived in the 11th century and made significant contributions to mathematics, astronomy, and other fields.
  3. Ulugh Beg - a Timurid ruler and astronomer who lived in the 15th century and built an observatory in Samarkand.
  4. Abdullo Tadjibaev - a mathematician and computer scientist who contributed to the development of the programming language Ada.
  5. Otabek Mutalov - a software engineer and entrepreneur who co-founded the Uzbek software company Oson.

By exploring these resources and learning about the contributions of notable technologists from Uzbekistan, you can gain a better understanding of the current state and history of open-source technology in the country.

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