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Monthly Archives: May 2018

Yesterday, the CodeLagos Out of School Batch 2 came to a close. I remember celebrating one year of CodeLagos at the facilitator training for the Out of School program. Yesterday, it all came to a close. All that is left is to officially clean up and file all the projects away. You can check out […]

If you are a teacher or are interested in the use of technology in education, I heartily recommend the Hello World Magazine. The Hello World Magazine is published three times per year and is available entirely free as a Creative Commons PDF download. The fifth issue is out and is a feast on the use of technology […]

Enter Africa

May 14th, 2018 | by Truston Ailende | Posted in Events

Can Games Make a Better World? This is the entire premise of the Enter Africa workshop holding in Lagos, Nigeria. This event will feature teams of architects, urban planners, engineers, IT experts and professionals in the culture sector working on ideas  for their city in big 15 African cities. The various ideas will eventually lead to a […]

This week marked the end of the first week of participation in the Google Africa Challenge Scholarship Program. This week we got onboarded into the Andela Learning Community Slack channel and there was an onboarding party on Friday the 11th. The topic for this week was “The Benefits of Offline First” which covered why we need […]

Lagos Do_Action 2018

May 12th, 2018 | by Truston Ailende | Posted in Events

do_action is a charity hackathon that uses WordPress to uplift local communities. do_action hackathons are community-organised events that are focused on using WordPress to give deserving charitable organisations their own online presence. Each do_action event includes participants from the local WordPress community coming together to plan and build brand new websites for a number of local […]

When I posted the link for the Google Africa Scholarship Program on this blog, I also happened to apply for it. Last week on May 3rd I got an email notifying me that I had been accepted into the program. A lot of my friends also got into the program. Today, the program has officially begun. […]

CodeLagos is an initiative of the Lagos State Ministry of Education aimed at educating Lagos State residents for the future of work – by teaching how to write code and creatively solve problems. It runs in public and private schools in the state, from primary to tertiary. Specialized modules have been developed or adapted in […]

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