Google Developers Group to train young Nigerians

Google Developers Group (GDG) in Akure, Ondo state has been confirmed as one of the hosts of the premiere internet computer protocol (ICP) events designed to empower software developers in the country.

According to Adedayo Adebajo, co-founder of ICP.Sahara Hub, the organisation is set to host a series of programmes in February through March, bringing industry leaders, developers, and tech enthusiasts together to explore the vast potential of Internet Computer Protocol ICP in Nigeria.

In a statement on Sunday, Adebajo said the event will also hold at the University of Nigeria Nnsuka (UNN) in Enugu state

He said the event at the UNN “Beyond the campus walls: Building a tech career as a student” to be hosted by Techyjaunt will guide 3000 students from across four universities in Enugu state on the path to building a successful tech career.

He added that youngsters across Nigeria and West Africa will also benefit from Learn to Code partnership which targets 8000 eager minds on a transformative journey with “CodeSphere”.

Adebajo said CodeSphere is a virtual bootcamp set to ignite the internet computer revolution among young Nigerians.

The co-founder of ICP.Sahara Hub noted that Akure will host ICP blockchain developers’ meetup, a virtual gathering of 200 developers on ICP and another event tagged “HackSphere Akure”.leading to a physical hackathon.

He said HackSphere Akure, a physical hackathon will bring 200 developers together to unleash their potential on the Internet Computer Protocol frontier.

He added that a mini hack fiesta that will boost innovation among 2000 developers at the TechFiesta Launchpad will be hosted virtually while hack and earn focusing on rewarding and certifications will be hosted by ICP.Hub Sahara.

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“These events collectively represent a significant milestone in the Nigerian tech landscape, providing a platform for collaboration, learning, and innovation,” he said.

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