#CodetrainQueens! Rachel Anane-Antwi joined Codetrain in 2017 as an intern. She helped in organizing the first Codetrain App Developer Bootcamp in July 2017 and joined the Gen 1 cohort Codetrain programme, trained as a front end developer. Rachel completed UENR with a Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology and is currently the community manager for Codetrain.
Gary Whitehill, the founder of Entrepreneur Week, one of the largest global networks for business owners and a founding global advisor of the Dell Entrepreneur-in-Residence (EIR) Program visited Codetrain to inspire Ghana’s next top app developers. Gary gave an exciting speech to Codetrain’s community of young app developers on topics such as good values, community
We recently had a successful training bootcamp at the SOS HGIC in Tema to teach their students practical skills in Android app development. The students where able to complete their first mobile app project. We believe that skills in coding can help transform Ghana’s tech sector to create employment opportunities for our youth, hence, the
Razak got employed as a junior web developer at TxtGhana after completing Codetrain’s practical training in web application development. Razak joined Codetrain to gain employable skills that will enable him easily find employment opportunities in the fast growing tech industry in Ghana. Here’s a video of Razak while he was studying at Codetrain. He aspires
Codetrain recently hosted Tom McDonnell, a successful software entrepreneur from the UK. Tom is the CEO of Monterosa, a software company that helps its clients build direct and valuable audience relationships with stunning fan experiences and robust technology. They have engaged over 60 million fans in 195 countries and achieved 18 #1 Apps. Tom spoke about
Codetrain had a recent Bootcamp at Achimota School in Accra, Ghana, to educate students about what coding is all about and how they can aspire to be Africa’s Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs or Elon Musk. Codetrain’s CEO, Richard Brandt told his personal story of how he became a software developer to inspire the
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.