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MY EXPERIENCE IN SHE HACKS CODING BOOT-CAMP COHORT 14

I (Alo Kingsley) have been exposed to pretty much everything on the tech world besides coding as I have had an affinity for it starting from my gaming days. As time went on, I found myself having a stronger affiliation with the disruptive impacts that some of these recent technologies (such as the Blockchain/cryptocurrencies, Artificial […]

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Empowering The Girl Child for a Brighter Future

An African proverb says, “If you educate a man you educate an individual, but if you educate a woman you educate a family (nation).“ According to the Oxford Dictionary, empowerment means “the process of becoming stronger and more confident, especially in controlling one’s life and claiming one’s rights“. What other way of empowerment is as […]

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5 Essential Qualities of Software Developers By Mary Abiodun.

Mary Abiodun is an Alumna of She Hacks Africa Coding Boot camp. She’s a Software Developer at Software Business Solutions Consulting. Due to her professional experience, she decided to share 5 qualities of a Software Developer. Being a software developer can be a big deal in this age and time. Doling out software solutions to […]

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My Experience in She Hacks Coding Boot-Camp Cohort 13

ANOTHER IN THE BAG!!! Apparently, I among 40 young, brilliant and beautiful are the latest world CODERS!. It feels surreal thinking and saying this aloud, but here it is. The last 40 days have been so intense, but the WAAW Foundation Team did justice to the pronunciation of their name (WOW!). I was one of the […]

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September Fellows Mentorship Meet-Up with Chinenye Ezeakor

Chinenye Ezeakor, a past WAAW Scholar and Fellow got the privilege to meet with the WAAW fellows. She shared her professional and personal experience with them. Chinenye Ezeakor has a background in Electrical Engineering. She had her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria. Then she proceeded for her Masters in Electrical Engineering […]

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