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Ansible On-line Course! Friday 29th November, 2019: Ended

Good News!, Thank you for all the support for Living Open Source Community. We have good news to share. We are giving away 20 free seats for an on-line Ansible course exclusively for our Living Open Source Community memberships, this Ansible Class is on Friday November 29th, 2019, from 3PM until 6PM in Amsterdam time.…
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First Living Open Source Knowledge Center opened in Lusaka

On December 17th the Living Open Source (LOS) Foundation reached a new important milestone by opening the doors of it’s very first Knowledge Center in Zambia. The Living Open Source Foundation Regional Knowledge Center Southern Africa will provide training to local talent and is the one-stop shop for all companies that require knowledge about Open…
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Introduction to Kubernetes Training

Why learn Kubernetes? Many applications are delivered via containers. Containers themselves offer no scalability or redundancy, which is done by container orchestrator platforms such as Kubernetes. Kubernetes – also called k8s – is a popular open source system that allows you to manage large groups of containers and containerized applications. Since almost every company does…
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Kenya 2nd Open Source Event December 18th-20th, 2019 – Mombasa: Ended

International best-selling author Sander van Vugt and The Technical University Of Mombasa will work together to host the 2nd Open Source Event in Kenya Mombasa city, December 18th -20th, 2019 at the venue The Technical University Of Mombasa campus Mombasa Kenya. ITGilde (Pieter Izeboud ), Living Open Source Foundation Kenya Robert will join the event…
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You can sponsor or donate Living Open Source Foundation!

Living Open Source Foundation was founded to educate local talent in African countries as Open Source professionals, which allows these individuals to start their professional career, but also allows local economies to accelerate, as open source software is free to use and does not require any license fees to be paid.  The Living Open Source…
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Rwanda Open Source Event, 2020 Postponed

The Living Open Source Foundation and University of Rwanda are hosting the first Linux Training Event in Rwanda 2020. The training lead expert is the best-selling linux author and trainer Mr. Sander van Vugt. The venue for the training is: College of Science and Technology, Nyarugenge campus of the University of Rwanda Kigali.ITGilde (Pieter Izeboud…
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First Ever Malawi Linux Event December 11-13, 2019: Ended

International best-selling author Sander van Vugt and The Polytechnic campus will work together to host the first of it’s kind Malawi Linux Event in Blantyre City, from December 11th-13th at the venue ICT, ODL and Business Centre Blantyre campus, Malawi. ITGilde (Pieter Izeboud ), Alina Swietochowska, Living Open Source Foundation Zambia  ( Santos Venter Chibenga…
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Zambia Open Source Event 16-18 July : Ended

Zambia Linux Event 16-18 July 2019 in Lusaka

First Living Open Source Event in Kenya is : Ended

The very first Living Open Source Event in Kenya will take place in July 2019, Venue University of Nairobi Chiromo campus off Waiyaki Way. This 3-day event is interesting for people who wish to start a career in open source and also for professionals who are already working with Linux. During 3 days you have…
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Living open source Zambia – sowing seeds of community

Living Open Source is a new non-profit initiative that was started by ITGilde B.V. from the Netherlands. The mission of Living Open Source is to foster the growth of Open Source and Linux in African countries. The long-term ambition is to make this a global movement. The Living Open source project was initiated as a…
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