Codetrain had an app development bootcamp at the Ashesi University on November 10, 2017 to inspire students to solve use technology to solve local problems and to create wealth and jobs in Africa. The founder of Codetrain, Ghana’s tech talent accelerator, Richard Brandt, stressed that “Africa needs scalable tech solutions that improves the lives of
Codetrain November Class started last Saturday. The students started learning the basics of programming after a brief introduction by Codetrain’s CEO Richard Brandt. Interested students can still join the upcoming class which starts in January 13 register at codetraingh.com/apply.html to book your seat.
Codetrain had an app development bootcamp at GTUC on November 1st and 2nd to introduce aspiring developers to the basics of web application development such as OOP, MVC Codeigniter Framework. Students who are already experienced developers are being mentored by the Codetrain team to work on projects.
Codetrain recently featured in a tech networking social event at Soho Restaurant in Airport City. Codetrain will organize similar events in the future to connect students with companies for employment and mentorship opportunities. Find photos of the event below.