A podcast where African software developers share their stories. Hosted by Kessir Adjaho.
Rasheeda Yehuza is a Ghanaian Senior Software Engineer working with Wayfair in Berlin, Germany.
Andrew Smith is a Jamaican Software Developer who is well-known for his contributions to the Slim PHP framework.
Timi Ajiboye is a Nigerian software engineer. He is currently the founder and CEO of BuyCoins.africa, a cryptocurrency exchange and wallet for Africa.
Kirk Agbenyegah is a Ghanaian Software engineer but he is currently the Chief Technical Officer at SafeBoda, a mobility company based in Kampala, Uganda.
James Alituhikya is a Software Engineer from Uganda. He is currently the Chief Technical Officer at ChapChap Africa Ltd, a Fintech company based in Kampala.
Tolulope Komolafe is a Nigerian software engineer currently working with Everplans in New York. Before Everplans, she was a fellow at Andela.
Moyin is a Nigerian Android developer currently working with Zola Electric (formerly Offgrid electric). She is also a GDG Lagos co-organizer. In this episode, Moyin tells us how she became an Android Developer. We also talk about what it takes to work remotely from Lagos and whether our educational systems adequately prepare us for modern software engineering.
Edem Kumodzi is a Ghanaian senior software engineer currently working at Andela as a senior consultant. Edem is also very involved in the Ghanaian tech ecosystem. In this episode, we talk about his trajectory, including his experience at Ringier Ghana, ThoughtWorks and now Andela. Edem also tells us why after 3 years working in Ecuador, he decided to come back to Ghana.
Stephen Meya Kenigbolo is the Lead front-end developer at BCaster in Helsinki, Finland. In this episode, Stephen tells us about quitting med school med. school to start a career in software development.
Delali Vorgbe is a Ghanaian software engineer and product manager at the African Leadership University in Mauritius.In this episode, Delali tells us about his job at ALU. We also discuss his relatively late introduction to programming and how one of his university lecturers had a significant impact on his career as a software developer.