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Lagos Africa Development Center

Microsoft launch Lagos Africa Development Center

Microsoft executives Microsoft officially launched Lagos Africa Development Center site at an event in Nigeria. The Lagos team will develop Azure services that power new Augmented Reality experiences for Microsoft's mixed reality platform. An investment that will enable digital transformation to create sustained societal impact in Africa says Microsoft. Presidential Visit Earlier

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Full-time Opportunity

Nigeria, Kenya, South Africa: Microsoft Full-time Opportunity for Students and Recent Graduates

Firstly are you a team player? Do you have a growth mindset? Are you resourceful and customer focused? Have a demonstrated desire and ability to readily take on complex challenges and work towards solutions to seemingly unsolvable problems? Do you have passion for technology and how technology can inspire and

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Insider Dev Tour 2019

Microsoft Insider Dev Tour 2019 Africa events in Nigeria, Morocco, Mauritius, South Africa

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Microsoft's world wide developer focused event, Build is on the road again. Insider Dev Tour 2019 will be heading across the globe with stops in African cities. Last year the team made a stop in South Africa. This year the Insider

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Software Engineers

Microsoft to recruit 100 Software Engineers by end of year, 500 by 2023 to staff Africa Development Centre

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Satya Nadella, Microsoft CEO Microsoft is on the look out for engineering talent from across Africa to staff the Africa Development Centre(ADC). The centre will be officially launched in an event tonight. Which we will bring you more details on, so bookmark

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invest africa developement centre

Microsoft to invest US $100 million in Global Development Centre in Africa

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Microsoft corporation marks yet another milestone of investments and operations in Africa. In an event later today the global technology company will announce its first Development Centre in Africa. Its seventh globally. The Africa Development Centre will have two initial

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Kenya and Nigeria

Microsoft to make big reveal in Kenya and Nigeria. What’s next for Microsoft in Africa?

Alex Kipman Introduces Hololens 2 Update: Microsoft announces Africa Development Center sites in Kenya and Nigeria In a teaser post on Microsoft's social pages, the company shared "Something great is coming to Nairobi, Kenya! and Something great is coming to Lagos, Nigeria!, Watch this space to learn more". The big announcements are

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All-Female

Microsoft and African Development Bank boost Nigerian women in ICT with All-Female Coding for Employment cohort

In July 2018 Microsoft, Facebook and The Rockefeller Foundation partnered with the African Development Bank to announce Coding for Employment. An initiative seeking to bridge the digital skills divide among African youths. To kick start the program and to celebrate women's month Microsoft and the African Development Bank(AfDB) have started

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Tuition Scholarship

Microsoft Global Tuition Scholarship for Students in Nigeria

Microsoft opens up its student scholarship program globally. Students in Nigeria can now apply for a Microsoft Tuition Scholarship. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The Microsoft scholarship program is an initiative to encourage students to pursue computer science and related STEM disciplines. Microsoft awards this

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engineering office

Microsoft is opening a Mixed Reality and AI engineering office in Lagos, Nigeria

Microsoft is opening an engineering office to build Mixed Reality Cloud Services in Lagos, Nigeria. Microsoft is increasing its investments on African soil. It is launching two development centers in Africa. With offices in Kenya and Nigeria. Early this month Microsoft's planned Africa datacenters became a reality and went live

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FirstBank Nigeria

Microsoft partners FirstBank Nigeria to provide SME’s with a platform to accelerate their digital transformation journey

Microsoft Partners with FirstBank Nigeria Limited. Providing SME's with a skills development platform, access to networks and discounted Microsoft products, payable in local currency. The partnership started out as a memorandum of understanding in June 2018. Microsoft through its 4Afrika arm has reached an agreement with FirstBank of Nigeria.

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