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Young, Interested in Internet Governance and want to become a next generation Internet leader, the Youth Ambassadors Program is for you. Apply today! . Deadline is tomorrow, June 25, 2019.
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Victor Ndonnang Jun 22
Very productive meeting with team . Thank you for your great work and support during . Together, we are building, expanding and shaping the future of the Internet in . .
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Victor Ndonnang Jun 22
Great moments with the ’s vibrant community in at . Join the movement today!
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Souad Abidi Jun 18
It has been a pleasure for me meeting Mr . Stay around for @ISOC Algeria Chapter soon
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ISOC Uganda Chapter Jun 21
We’re ⁦⁩ talking to the students about internet development and how they can get involved in shaping its future ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁦
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loganaden velvindron Jun 20
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Saltaail Jun 20
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ISOC Africa Jun 19
Amazing who are making a difference everyday in the development of the in Africa gathered around the table and sharing their experiences!
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ISOC Africa Jun 19
. Members, Chapters and Partners gathered in for networking and sharing ideas
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ISOC Africa Jun 19
@AIS: Testimonials from Skilled Mentors Guiding through the Development Process of Open Internet Standards. Interesting Read!!
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AfPIF Jun 19
Are you interested in giving a presentation or participating in panels at in ? CALL FOR PAPERS ARE OPEN as of today June 19 To submit your proposals please go to: English: French:
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Victor Ndonnang Jun 19
“...We need a network of people to build and expand the Network of Networks, the Internet.” _ at the opening of the 2019 Hackathon@ .
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Victor Ndonnang Jun 19
The main objective of the Hackathon@ is to build the capacities and encourage African young engineers to participate in the and the technical development of the Internet (Open Standards and protocols). _
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Victor Ndonnang Jun 19
Opening of the Hackathon co-organized by and : 100+ participants, 4 tracks (1. Network Programmability, 2. IPWAVE, 3. Measuring DNS and DoH, 4. Secure NTP). More at:
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ISOC Africa Jun 19
Our encouraged participants at the 2019 to continue contributing to build the in
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Olaf Kolkman Jun 18
Logan introducing NTPS hackathon ar . Secure Time is one of the outstanding Internet Challenges so this is an important track.
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Olaf Kolkman Jun 18
hackathon features ’s Willem Toorop... leading the DNS pieces of the agenda.... Loving to see a friend
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loganaden velvindron Jun 18
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ISOC Africa Jun 19
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loganaden velvindron Jun 18
Hackathon crew for nts and DNS eating together during
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