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The Major Difference Between Web2 and Web3

Welcome to the New Year. It’s been a while since I posted on this blog. In that time I got into the first cohort of Blockgames by Nestcoin and ZuriTeam.

Since the invention of the web, it has moved through several iterations and is now poised to become Web 3.0 in the future.

Web 1.0 which was from the 1980s to 2005 saw a web with static pages and no interactivity. Web 2.0 is the web we currently use which comes with dynamic content thereby enabling users to interact with content on the web. Web 3.0 is the next iteration of the web.

Web 2.0 is the social web meaning that people unite around the data they are interested in whereas in Web 3.0, data is combined to have meaning so it is semantic in nature.

Web 2.0 is the second generation of the web made up of interoperable internet services whereas Web 3.0 is made up of internet services that focuses on decentralizing processes and eliminating any middleman.

In Web 2.0, collective intelligence is used to generate information whereas in Web 3.0 applications can think for themselves. This is done using artificial intelligence and machine learning.

Web 2.0 features some usage of 3D images and graphics but Web 3.0 make extensive use of 3D images and graphics.

It is hoped that reading this article has given you some idea of the differences between Web 2.0 and Web 3.0.

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Digital Women Bootcamp Cohort II

In pursuance of her mission to increase the representation of African women in Tech , promote retention and close the skills gap for women in tech careers, #MumsWhoCode is happy to announce that the application window for Digital Women Bootcamp (Cohort II) is now open.

This virtual bootcamp is designed to equip women especially mums with tech skills for inclusive tech participation, career boost and economic benefits.

We seek to raise more awareness, encourage the entry and retention of more women in tech careers by providing digital skills training to women in Nigeria and other Anglophone African countries.

Training Period: November 14th, 2021 – January 28th, 2022
(including a 2-week break between 18th December and 6th January).

Prospective applicants should note the following:

  1. This bootcamp is targeted at women between 22- 44 years of age
  2. A functional laptop computer is an important requirement for the coding classes
  3. Attendance is mandatory for all live virtual classes
  4. Beneficiaries would be required to submit a capstone project
  5. Beneficiaries can only sign-up for one training track

Application Link : https://bit.ly/dwbcs22

To volunteer as a facilitator, click here

For sponsorship and other enquiries, kindly mail: info@mumswhocode.net

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Code to Millions (July Edition)

It’s Never Too Late to Learn a New Skill. Learn to Code!

Anyone can learn to code regardless of age, degree or gender.

Always wanted to become a coder? Here is a great chance to fulfill your dream.

Join Truston Ailende for a Free One Week Introductory Class.

Click here to join the class.

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Learn Python in One Week (June Edition)

It’s Never too Late to Learn a New Skill! Learn to Code.

Always wanted to become a coder? Here is a chance for you to fulfill your dream.

Join Truston Ailende for one week of intensive Python programming for absolute beginners.

Click the link below to get started:

https://bit.ly/2TyXdU0