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Funke Oyedun
Jesus baby, Women-In-Tech Advocate, Software Developer, Tech Community Builder.
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WTEC Apr 12
Are You an Aspiring Female Developer? Andela is seeking female aspiring developers who have fundamental awareness, having read a few things on programming or have written a few lines of code here and there, to join their ''All-female Cycle''. Apply:
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Funke Oyedun Apr 3
Nothing stops The summary of 3 topmost activities that keeps me through my 9 month of my beautiful baby girl Theodora Olaoluwayimika Oluwadarasimi. 1. Contribute on…
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Funke Oyedun Apr 2
Things that I love to do; 1. Learn new technology (STEM and Programming language) to solve problem 2. Teach others most especially girls about the new technology. 3. Repeat the same…
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Funke Oyedun Apr 2
I am so passionate about helping the younger generation becoming more knowledgeable and aware of STEM (SCIENCE, Technology, ENVIRONMENT AND MATHEMATICS)
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Funke Oyedun Mar 28
Thanks to for the opportunity, i was thrilled to share my experience along with other great women exploring their industries, need to do more of this to empower more…
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Team Definition Feb 11
Doing Nothing Changes Nothing
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WAAW Foundation Feb 13
celebrated there International Day For Women and Girls in Science at , were lead her STEM team on an outreach to kimumu secondary school, Eldoret. They had a chance of encouraging the girls about related courses and ...
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Funke Oyedun Feb 12
Nigerians listen!
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Funmi Iyanda Dec 31
Too many overpriced low level services in Lagos, too many. Things you can google, order, read up on are repackaged as expertise. This includes health care where desperation is highest. It's cruel.
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Bren Sep 9
Female tech enthusiasts, y'all need to see this opportunity and grab it asap. WOMEN WHO CODE offers benefits and services to help you achieve your career goals. Benefit from the $1,000,000 in conference tickets and scholarships we award annually.
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WAAW Foundation Nov 27
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Funke Oyedun Nov 27
Consider educating an African girl. Wheather its $500 to support an annnual scholarship, $50 to equip a classroom with stem kits $5 to provide transportation for one secondary school outreach. Remember that anything you give makes a difference. Give at:
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Funke Oyedun Nov 27
Replying to @OyedunFunke
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Funke Oyedun Nov 27
Giving is Living! How are you living? Donate at
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Funke Oyedun Nov 26
Replying to @oyeduntosin
I pulled the strength from u my King!
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WAAW Foundation Nov 14
bootcamp continues with the introduction of to participants. they were taught how to use to make their web pages dynamic. facilitated by
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Oluwatosin Nov 15
In company of & other STEM representatives in Nigeria
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Oluwatosin Nov 15
Students came around to ask questions on how they can benefit from STEM projects
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Funke Oyedun Oct 11
I Code I Teach I am a Girl Empower women!
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WAAW Foundation Oct 9
Meet the participant of cohort 8. , we don't only teach how to code, we that can use with critical with an mindset to solve around the .
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