Coders4Africa (C4A) , in conjunction with our partner Computer Aid International, returned to Taita Taveta University College (also known as the Taita Taveta Campus of the Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology [JKUAT]) located just outside of Voi town to build upon the training foundation we set during the Mobile Boot Camp we brought to that campus in July. The training involved participants who were in their first three years of IT and/or Maths-related degree, diploma or certification programs at JKUAT...
- Monday, 05 November 2012 00:00
- Amadou Daffe
- Tuesday, 23 October 2012 00:00
- Kwame Andah
Coders4Africa (hereafter C4A), the non-profit professional Pan-African network for software developers and ICT enthusiasts, announced the winners of their Online Examination System (hereafter OES) contest. Kenyans did it again with team DDMA (see their bios below). The prizes remittance ceremony was held at Computer Aid International in Nairobi Kenya. ComputerAid assumes the role of Coders4Africa's program manager in Kenya...
- Monday, 03 September 2012 00:00
- Kwame Andah
Coders4Africa announces the start of its Practical Project Based Training (hereafter PPBT) 2012. The program aims to provide trainees with the skills and knowledge needed to take on appropriate professional positions in the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) sector graduating while growing into leadership positions or pursuing entrepreneurship opportunities. Trainees will be selected from a pool of professional developers, computer science students and IT hobbyists.