No-code Campus was initiated by passionate returnees eager to contribute to the country's ICT efforts. The program is free for all young people between 18 and 30.
Our goal is to empower all young people in Rwanda with no-code or visual programming tools. We hope that by 2021 over 200 students will be familiar with the most popular tools on the market.
Our goal is to empower all young people in Rwanda with no-code or visual programming tools.
No-code represents a huge opportunity not only for Rwanda but for the continent in general, bridging the digital divide and empowering youth to create their own jobs and contribute to Rwanda's agenda of becoming a knowledge-based economy.
As a non-technical person she's driving force behind the project because she believes in the mission, she loves to come up with ideas and doesn't stop until they're brought to life.
Coming from the tourism industry, specifically from the motorcycle travel business, I got a massive hit with Covid. Since march 2020, my life changed completely, and this is how I came across no code, and Glideapps. I randomly watch a video from Tara Reed and then the whole No Code experience begun. I started developing apps and I haven't stopped since then. I started with an app for motorcycle tour operators, and now I work as a freelance Glideapps developer. I've developed various apps and helped many peoole people with their projects. Recently I became a Glide Certified Expert, which proves once again, that persistency will get you far.