A virtual conference for kids in tech
This summer is not just about learning to code.
We are super excited to announce Kidsthatcode virtual conference for kids in tech.
Experienced software engineers will be speaking to us on the importance and reasons why we should all learn to code. It Promises to be fun and enlightening.
This conference is free for everyone to attend.
Conference Date: August 11, 2020
Time 11 AM
You can attend by clicking here to register https://bit.ly/kidsintech2020
Meet Our Speakers
Emmax is a creative FullStack Engineer and self-proclaimed genius. He is dedicated to building and optimizing the performance of user-centric high impact web and mobile applications. He loves movies, chess and video games.
Olabimpe is a self-taught front-end developer trying to make the world a better place codes.
Mbaoma Chioma Mary
Mbaoma Chioma Mary is a 400 level student of the University of Lagos, studying Geophysics. she got into tech in 2018, she started with HTML and CSS before delving into Python. She started programming on her phone before her friend gave her a laptop in 2020. She is core team member of Developer student club at the university of Lagos, a member of She Code Africa and also a Microsoft student partner at the same university.
Opemipo is a 14-year-old developer, he is a computer programmer who loves to code with languages under web and software development. Opemipo is a Keynote speaker and he is passionate about coding, he is also a vibrant developer from Lagos, Nigeria. He loves coding, contributing to open source projects and he loves making YouTube tutorials too.
Opemipo has addressed over 3,000 developers and he has addressed more than 1,000 people in a keynote session. Opemipo has spoken in over 10 tech conferences and he is a member of different top tech communities like the Facebook Developer Circle: Lagos, Facebook Developer Circle: Uyo, Facebook Developer Circle: Toronto. He is a top contributor at DSC Unilag too. Opemipo is an IBM Champion, A Cloudinary Media Developer and a Developer Advocate too. He runs a YouTube channel, Opemipo’s Thoughts where he does coding tutorials and have tech talks also. Opemipo is a Developer 2 awards.