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​The Live Series has returned for 2022 and it's bigger and better than ever. We've seen the relaunch of The Live Series Podcast with a brand new host. Heather Story plus even more Live Series webinars to bring you the latest tech trends of 2022.

The Live Series Podcast is now hosted by our very own Senior Marketing Executive, Heather Story and launched with it's first aired episode featuring Inacio Schweller and you can watch that episode here (listen to it here).

The Live Series Webinars have also returned for 2022 with Golang Live, JavaScript Live and Python Live. Each webinar is looking more and more interesting with exciting guests still to come. Golang Live. JavaScript Live and Python Live are all produced by Amicus with the aim of bringing together the tech community that surrounds them. You can get involved by following us on Linked In, Twitter, Instagram or subscribing to our YouTube Channel for all the latest updates so you never miss an episode of The Live Series.

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