Kenya based incubator, M:lab East Africa, will be organising a series of technical training programs designed to help nurture mobile app developers in Kenya.

The programs, which will run simultaneously, will focus on training participants on developing Android and SMS & USSD mobile apps respectively. Participants will learn the aesthetics and the entrepreneurial angle to software development.

The Android training program will run for four weeks while the SMS & USSD will run for two weeks. Both programs will run from April 6 to May 2nd 2015 and will cost Ksh 15,000 respectively.

The Android training sessions will run between 9am-1pm on weekdays while the SMS & USSD training sessions will run on weekends between 5pm and 8pm.

According to the a M:lab, “The course will provide the requisite industry-grade knowledge and skills for mobile app development enthusiasts, helping them advance their skills and expertise necessary in developing high quality mobile apps that exceed market standards.”

Registration for the training series closes on March 29, 2015. Interested participants can register for Android training here, while registration for the SMS & USSD mobile app training can be done here.

The Kenyan incubator M:lab is made up of four organizations, World Wide Web Foundation, eMobilis, iHub and University of Nairobi and through this channel they seek to contribute in building sustainable enterprises in the mobile sector.

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Lulu Fadoju Author

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