Our Learning Journey At CodeImpact
Various knowledge and blackboard backgrounds for learning through reading - smartphones, computers, networks, and business ideas.

Our Learning Journey At CodeImpact

Our learning journey is core to our teens' coding program and we endeavor to make sure that we constantly tweak and improve it so that we can have a seamless…

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The importance of a community when learning how to code. #CIDEVCommunity

A community is a very important part of learning and everyone should be a part of one no matter what you are learning. In the technology space, this idea was embraced a long time ago and it has proven to be very effective in the learning journey of many wannabe software developers.

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A CodeImpact case for building a technology community in Uganda that harnesses practitioners and leaders in the global technology space.
Developer community members in a session

A CodeImpact case for building a technology community in Uganda that harnesses practitioners and leaders in the global technology space.

CodeImpact believes in the power of technology and what it can do to change lives and impact communities. In Africa where youth unemployment is high, technology is part of the…

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Responsible use of the internet by our children
Recording our digital hustle africa podcast with DJ Bush Baby

Responsible use of the internet by our children

It was interesting to see how being involved as a parent can make a huge difference in making sure our children are well protected on the internet. DJ Bush Baby was emphatic in his position that parents ought to create an environment of mutual respect and understanding so that the kids are free to share their experiences online.

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