women rise

There’s officially a long queue of people and organisations looking to engage female software engineers. The Co-Creation Hub has actually been one of the more active players who have been encouraging women’s participation in technology with its women rise programme.

Right now, they are recruiting developers into the TechSquad, a group of developers who are working on 2015 Nigerian election solutions. In a memo to the community, the Hub said –

“We are looking for women with tech skills who might be interested in committing their expertise to building technology solutions to helping Nigeria achieve fair, credible general elections in 2015. Please send them our way.”

You heard them. If you are or know any female techies with the prescribed inclinations, tell them to go here.

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