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Up to speed
A lot could happen in a few months. Here’s to put you up to speed. This is the last message you’ll be receiving from Onstage podcast; more info at section 4 (It’s good news actually).
I’m finally creating a course on coding for Anyone who wants to pick up a new skill or improve on their coding skill for their career in tech; and Entrepreneurs who want to learn coding basics so they can contribute informed in the gathering of tech folks and Anyone who wants to create apps by themselves for their small businesses.
Please watch this video below for details.
The courses currently in production, but the registration is on already. If this would be useful for you or you know someone, kindly see www.howtocode.tv
…and there’s the social and fun part of it,
HowToCodeTV Youtube channel, kindly subscribe to it here:
Just STAX it.
I recently made a tweet for the fact that we hear of a new fintech company launching every damn second in Africa. Just how many can you make use of without going crazy? I think we are still far from reaching the saturation point, but for some of us who loves trying out new things; we find ourselves installing apps, removing apps, registering on new money platforms we probably only use once or twice. Majority of fintech apps offers a wallet for storing your money, what happens when you have 5 apps with your money fragmented? I think what we need is a Wallet for wallets. I can only see the benefits, as it creates a peaceful and harmonious environment for as much money apps that come out. This in a way encourages people to try out new and more fintech apps.
This is what Stax does, but not just that; you haven't even heard the juicy part yet, and how it can make businesses get paid seamlessly. Stax is social, it works offline and respects your data. If you’re running a small business or would like to quickly check it out. Request early access here: http://bit.ly/getstax (Just to add, I’m heavily contributing to its Codebase; Hover is building it which is where I work as Senior Android Engineer).
Supporting Customer Success in Africa
A friend of mine, Grace Boboye is progressing in her goal of increasing business profitability through the customer success community in Africa which she started alongside other brilliant minds. I think the most important part of any business after the team is the customers, and retaining them should be a priority. Grace is a super-smart customer retainer who currently works at Crowdyvest in Nigeria. The community is currently in closed beta and I believe supporting the community would be helpful. If you know someone who might be interested or you’d just like to connect; kindly reach her through LinkedIn. Here’s a recent interview with Quala.
Winding down Onstage, bringing up HowToCodeTv
Onstage podcast is now joining forces with HowToCodeTv. They share similar goals, but different methodology. Tagline: Get better at coding while having fun doing it. What would change is that you’d now see updates coming in as HowToCodeTv instead of Onstage. And a couple of people would also be joining Androidmaven to grow it.
It’s been a great ride at Onstage, thank you for staying here with me.
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