Now Accepting: Andela Kenya's First All-Female Developer Cohort

By Cesar RufoEarlier this week, the Andela teamcelebrated March 8th -- International Women's Day -- in Lagos, Nairobi, and NYC.For us, the celebration of #IWD2016 doesn't stop there.We're excitedto announce thatAndela Kenya is now accepting applications for itsfirst everAll-Female Developer Cohort in Nairobi, Kenya.

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Happy International Women's Day from the @Andela team! #IWD2016 #girlswhocode

To all Kenyan women whohave a passion for learning,a love for technology, and thedrive to become world-class software developers -- we want you to apply!Andela wasfounded on the principlethat brilliance is evenly distributed. We believe that talent isgender neutral, and we'rethrilled to help buildthe world's next generation of female tech leaders.The application deadline for Andela Kenya's All-Female Developer Cohort is on April 8th, 2016. For more information, follow Andelaand Andela Kenyaon Twitter for updates.Spread the word! Together, we will #changetheratio.

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