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Microsoft Africa Development Center software engineers celebrate one year of working for the company

July 2020 signalled a milestone for Microsoft in Africa and most importantly local software engineers working with the company. Microsoft celebrated one year of hiring African software engineers to work in its Africa based global development center. https://twitter.com/donasarkar/status/1154687816821039106?s=20 Some of these software engineers took to social media to share the one-year anniversary

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Ghana based Software Engineer Edem Kumodzi joins Microsoft

Renown software engineer Edem Kumodzi, announces new move in a tweet. Sharing "Next Chapter: 😊😊😊 #MicrosoftLife". Edem will start a new role as Program Manager at global tech giant Microsoft in Redmond, Washington. Working with Microsoft's Experiences and Devices engineering group, led by Executive Vice President Rajesh Jha. Next Chapter:

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Women in Software Engineering Mentoring Program

Microsoft Women in Software Engineering Kenya mentees present projects

WISE4Afrika, is a Microsoft Women in Software Engineering mentorship initiative introduced in Africa. The initiative is looking to create a culture where more females take up STEM. By exposing the participants to mentorship from other female engineers, executives, educators and entrepreneurs. Microsoft hopes through this initiative participants will pursue and

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Microsoft Software Engineering Internship in Nigeria for Students

Microsoft invites Nigerian students with a final graduation date in 2021 or 2022 to apply for a Software Engineering Internship. Microsoft says you must be enrolled as a full-time student majoring in engineering, computer science or related field to be considered. Software Engineering Internship in Nigeria Responsibilities

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Ignite The Tour

Johannesburg, Dubai, Tel Aviv; Microsoft will host Ignite The Tour in these MEA cities

Microsoft Ignite The Tour will take place in Johannesburg, Tel Aviv and Dubai in 2020. Microsoft's annual technical training for developers and IT professionals conference, Ignite, will be hitting the roads again. Microsoft Ignite is going global and will be in a city near you next year. This will be after

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Software Engineers

Meet Software Engineers working at Microsoft Africa Development Center

Microsoft Launch ADC Microsoft announced plans this year to spend a combined investment of US $100 million in the Africa Development Center(ADC). An investment to build more cutting-edge solutions suitable for the region and the rest of the world. With plans to hire up to 500 local software engineers to

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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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Ignite Community Reporter

Andela Nigeria Developer and Microsoft MVP selected as Ignite Community Reporter

Toni Edward Solarin-Sodara selected as 2018 Microsoft Ignite Community Reporter.  Microsoft's developer and IT professional conference Ignite will be taking place September 24th to the 28th. Like last year, individuals have been selected from the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) and Regional Director(RD) community. These individuals will become community reporters during

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Lagos University

Africa to Redmond Software Engineering roles for Lagos University, Nigeria

Microsoft is on a quest to recruit students from Lagos University into software engineering roles at its Redmond campus  The initiative dubbed Africa to Redmond is set to take place in selected Universities across the continent. Part of an ongoing effort to recruit students from Africa into full time engineering roles

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