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March 20, 2014
by Hao Nguyen
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Caktus is Sponsoring Pearl Hacks

Caktus is excited to further encourage young female programmers through our support of PearlHacks, a two-day hackathon and conference hosted by the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill. This weekend, March 22-23rd, over 200 young women from local high schools and universities in Virginia and North Carolina will arrive for ...

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August 14, 2013
by Vinod Kurup
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Raspberry IO Open Sourced

Back in March, at PyCon 2013, the PSF provided each attendee with a Raspberry Pi, a tiny credit-card sized computer meant to be paired with the Python programming language. The power and portability of the Raspberry Pi has stimulated an explosion of interest among hobbyists and educators. Their uses seem ...

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July 10, 2013
by Alex Lemann
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Caktus and Python Software Foundation Collaborate on PyCon 2014 in Montreal Site

Caktus is proud to be a part of the launch of the PyCon 2014 in Montreal website. We were delighted to be selected as this year’s partner for software development and brand updates. In the past, we've enjoyed working with the PSF as a collaborator for the Raspberry.io branding and development and are excited to help out with the PyCon website.

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April 4, 2013
by Alex Lemann
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PyCon 2013 Recap---Teaching and Learning with the Python Community

Caktus had a wonderful time at this year’s PyCon conference.  We believe strongly in supporting our developers in their quest to become the best coders that they can be and think that being at PyCon is a great way for them to learn about what’s going on in ...

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March 13, 2013
by Colin Copeland
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Raspberry IO announced at PyCon

PyCon is one of our favorite conferences here at Caktus. We’ve been attending for the past 4 years now and it is amazing to see how much the community has grown. This year is especially special because Jesse Noller and the Python Software Foundation (PSF) came to us to ...

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