PyCon Namibia 2019

The annual Python programming conference for professionals, entrepreneurs, scientists, academics and students.

Namibia's most important international open-source software conference returns for its fifth edition. PyCon features talks and workshops by professionals from around the word.

This year, visiting speakers include Adam Johnson and Daniele Procida, both core developers of the Django Project that powers sites such as Instagram and Pinterest.

Join them and a hundred other Python programmers at NIPAM, Windhoek, 19-21 February.

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International speakers

Adam Johnson

Adeshola Afolabi

Enrica Pasqua

Cheuk Ting Ho

Juan Luis Cano

Emanuil Tolev

About PyCon Namibia

A PyCon is a Python programming conference. Python is one of the most popular and important programming languages in the world. 

100 attendees • professionals • software entrepreneurs • engineers • researchers • students • educationalists • all gathering together in Windhoek for the fifth successive PyCon Namibia.

PyCon Namibia is an annual event, held in Windhoek, and is Namibia's most important international open-source software conference.

Visitors come from all over the world to PyCon Namibia.

For Namibia

PyCon NA develops Namibia's software capacity and skills. It has been directly responsible for advances in the careers of Namibian programmers, and for initiatives within Namibia to build on local talent and energy.

Namibia's software industry is young, but the success and seriousness of PyCon Namibia demonstrates that its future is bright. It's an unmissable event for any Namibian programmer, whether in industry, research or education.


The conference has raised Namibia's profile internationally. PyCon Namibia inspired the creation Python programming conferences in Zimbabwe and Nigeria, and travellers from other African nations to learn how the PyCon model can benefit their own programmers and software industries.

PyCon NA brings programmers and software experts from all over the world to Namibia. Attendees come from Brazil, Britain, Canada, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Italy, Mozambique, the Netherlands, Nigeria, South Africa, the USA, Zambia, Zimbabwe.