Since 2011 JOSA has organised a multitude of events for the open source community. Whether it’s Drupal, Linux, Android, React, or Docker, our subcommunities have almost certainly tackled the technology in our bootcamps, workshops, and TechTalks.




We always welcome highly technical people to join our roster of speakers and trainers. Our current roster includes professionals from Expedia Group, Arabot, Mawdoo3, OpenSooq, and many more. Drop us an email at detailing the talk or workshop you wish to deliver and attach your CV. The topic should pertain to the open source movement, and not promote any company or closed source software.

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JOSA TechTalks

JOSA TechTalks is a premier series of technical sessions tailored for tech professionals in Jordan. These engaging events feature hands-on sessions, lively discussions, and enlightening lectures that cover a wide spectrum of topics within the open-source domain. Join us to delve into the world of open source and enhance your skills alongside like-minded individuals. Some of the topics our speakers cover: 


  • Machine Learning, Data Science and Data Engineering.
  • Software Engineering and Architecture.
  • Web Development.
  • DevOps.

Featured Articles

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What is Open Source and Why

If you're following JOSA then knowing what Open Source is and working with FOSS is probably in your programming repertoire, but many others are unaware of the community, this article is a good primer to help your friends learn about Open Source definition and philosophy

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JOSA: Open Technologies will Boost Jordan’s Digital Transformation Efforts

The Jordan Open Source Association (JOSA) welcomed the Council of Ministers acceptance of the National Strategy for Digital Transformation which considers open source software to be one of the digital transformation technologies. The strategy also adopts several points which will enable the creation of the infrastructure required for digital transformation, such as open data and open APIs.