Against the backdrop of hype, boilerplate code, blotted applications and dogma; what can a modern engineer learn from pragmatism and minimalism? Doing what works and what’s minimal (KISS – keep it simple and stupid). We explored this from various angles and looked at a number of code and system design examples. It was an opinionated and open conversation, led by Anthony Nandaa, on 29th of August 2018, at Andela Kenya.ANDELA WORKSHOP - KENYA - AUGUST
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Senior Software Engineer
I believe that most of the world’s problems could be solved with software and its principles. Most of the time when I am not coding, I am either on StackOverflow or physical meet-ups helping other programmers develop their craft. I also enjoy reading and writing poetry from all around the world, practicing public speaking, and martial arts in my spare time.
The Andela Learning Community (ALC) combines Andela’s learning science with Udacity’s online curriculum and Google’s developer scholarships to provide the platform you need to become a world-class problem solver.Read More
The Andela Student Ambassador Program (ASAP) seeks exceptional people who are committed to improving the world through technology. ASAP is an umbrella of various activities through which individuals can get involved to build a wide range of transferable skills.
Teen Code Africa is an initiative geared towards building a foundation for the future generation of Africa’s tech leaders in high schools. Partnering with Global Peace Foundation in Kenya, TeenCode, and GirlsCode in Nigeria, Andela Developers teach students how to build programs that solve useful problems.Read More
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