Category: Dev Stories

A 3-W Coder’s Journey

I can remember quite a bit when I decided to start learning to code in late 2010. It sounded quite fun to me. All I wanted to do since 2007 was just sit at the computers (as much as I could find) and explore anything I could lay my clicks on. It was fun for

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Saviour Okusenogu

Hello, my name is Saviour, a student of The Federal University of Technology, Akure. I got into the school as a normal student with the aim of passing my exams and getting good grades. I never bothered myself about the world of technology until one fateful day as I browsed videos on YouTube, I saw

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I got featured

Copied from the Microsoft Student Developer Blog Dara Oladapo, Microsoft Student Partner from Nigeria In 2002, Dara Oladapo walked with his two older brothers to the local cybercafé in Ibadan, Nigeria. The three boys went to the café intending to open a joint email account. There, Dara’s brother taught him how to hold the mouse,

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Learning to Code

In one of my most recent posts, I introduced you to the #HourOfCode. This post is to get you started with going DeepDive or JumpStart into the programming world. My personal experience in the programming world has been fun and interesting. In this post, I will be using the word CODING and PROGRAMMING interchangabely. What

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Join HOUR OF CODE

I am excited to announce to you the Computer Science Education Week. The Computer Science Education Week is a one-week event that celebrates the growth and increase of computer science and programming skills learnt around the world schools. Schools and tech giants are partnering with code.org for Hour of Code. The aim of hour of

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MSP Summit Experience

THE SEATTLE EXPERIENCE MSP Summit 2014 Experience It was an awesome experience for me to attend the Microsoft Student Partners (MSP) Summit this year in Seattle Washington. Some of my feelings are quite inexpressible in words. I was able to meet and connect with 74 other MSPs from 49 other countries around the world under

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