While we’re on the subject of girls who code, there’s an opportunity that should concern them. Said opportunity is the BlackBerry Scholars programme, a global women’s initiative designed to inspire more women to enter and develop careers in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM).
In-house developer for a construction company by day and an applications developer by night, Zainab is the creator of NaijaXpress, an RSS aggregator for Nigerian content. In our chat with her, she talks about how she started coding, what languages she loves and why you shouldn’t listen to advic…well, sometimes.
How will BlackBerry fans feel when BBM becomes available on Android and iPhone?…Only one thing is for certain: BB phone sales will be negatively impacted.
I’m not referring to the DStv franchise. Big brother Nigeria in this context refers to something much darker. To a government that has decided that it needs to read your every tweet, rifle through your email, listen in on your phone calls and scroll through your BBM, whether you like it or not, on any […]
I need a new phone. A smartphone. And I don’t have Galaxy S4 money, talk less of BlackBerry Z10 or Q10 maga money. Actually, all I’m prepared to spend at this point in time is N30k.
Clearly, Apple has identified opportunities for investment growth in China and is acting on this. But I remain puzzled as to why […] a similar focus on the African market is not forthcoming.