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Rails Girls Nairobi
We work with women in our community to learn and use Ruby on Rails.
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Jessica Greene Sep 13
🎉 Another round complete, this time saw me take part in complete the challenge and win a in and sign the contact for my first developer postion at 🎉💯
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qkatastrofeet Sep 9
there is nothing you say to someone about their body that they haven’t/don’t say to themselves in a mirror every other day... most of us accept and learn to live with out bodies, some haven’t! You don’t have to remind people what they look like, they know
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Rails Girls Nairobi Sep 9
The only reason we had to stop for the day was it was getting late and the premises had to be closed. It was a fun . Discussed views and partials.
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RGSoC 2018 Sep 5
From Nairobi, Kenya, Stella and Rachael are working on EBWiki. ✊🏾Read all about Team Akaringular on their blog post 👇
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Gift Sep 4
“Getting Selected for the Second Phase of the Google Challenge Scholarship” by
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Todd Motto™ Sep 3
What's the reason you love to code? For me, I enjoy the buzz of making myself feel utterly stupid, overcoming it and climbing up the next mountain. You gotta keep the fire alight 🔥 🔥 🔥
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23 Code Street Sep 4
Tomisin Ogunnubi has created the app, My Locator, which helps children in Nigeria who are lost find their way home. Oh, did we mention that she's only 15 years old?! 🙌👏 Read her story below 😀
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courage angeh Sep 2
The event was a success 😊 I am so proud of my python girls for the progress they made. It was gud expirience mentorx dem.
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Mboya Berry Sep 4
It's year 5 for ! Celebrate Open Source with and . More info coming soon to
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Andela Kenya Sep 2
Don't miss these cool links on our Tech Digest: -Big O Notation simply explained with illustrations and video -Top 10 VSCode Extension Recommendations -Manage Heroku Logs with -Protect your cookies: HttpOnly +Lot's more!
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StellaMaris Njage Sep 1
My girls and I were on the Lakeside this weekend. Hopefully we left an impact.
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StellaMaris Njage Sep 2
I enjoyed being a coach at event. And now I have a cup to serve my guests coffee 😁😁. . Cheers to the organizers. Very well planned.
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Divina Paredes Sep 2
A dead battery can not charge a dead battery, you need to be alive, have presence & ideas, be provocative, agreeable: Dr Lester Levy on using ‘storytelling’ to deliver memorable presentations
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La Bronze James Sep 2
somebody once told me “you never get what you deserve, only what you negotiate “ and that really changed my life
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Kátia Nakamura Sep 1
It's year 5 for ! Celebrate Open Source with and . More info coming soon to
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Everlyn Asiko Sep 1
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Mike (The Miz) Aono Sep 1
S/O to and rest of team for making Kisumu Edition a success, wasnt able to attend but the pictures have me jealous...
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Anthony Kiplimo Sep 1
An day with so happy to see this many turn up with the interest to learn how to and learn from the coolest mentors coming from all over Here’s to raising the of developers for
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Stella Ireri Sep 1
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Stella Ireri Sep 1
The MVC explained in a nut shell "Controller ni mama yao " by
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