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Coders4frica

Coders4Africa provides African programmers gateway to free training and certification in the main technologies and platforms that currently dominate the software development industry.

 

Website: http://www.coders4africa.org
Location: United states
Members: 3
Latest Activity: May 26, 2011

About coders4africa

Welcome to Coders4Africa the original source that provides African programmers and developers a gateway to free high quality training and certification in the main technologies and platforms that currently dominate the software development industry.

The main objective is to provide free training for 1000 African Software developers and programmers by the year 2016.

Why Coders4Africa ?

We are looking to contribute practically and effectively to the development of human capital in Africa though the means of technology. Human capital betterment is indispensable in reducing poverty and developing any type of economy. We believe that it is the center of every nation's wealth.

We are bound to create a pool of Highly skilled African citizens in the software development industry to enlarge the labor income share thus contributing in a more equitable distribution of income.
One of our end goals is to create a community of African programmers that share and transfer knowledge among themselves and to future generation of programmers

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Africa Mobilizes and Java 7 too!

Africa is mobiizing to help communities all over gain useful software…Continue

Tags: lamine, jcertif, java7, java, levin

Started by Michael Levin May 26, 2011.

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Comment by Michael Levin on April 9, 2011 at 1:13pm
We are proud to have you here as a member, Leger!
Comment by Leger Djiba on April 9, 2011 at 8:08am
yes man, very proud to be here
 

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Happy 10th year, JCertif!

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