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|Re: Association Of Programmers In Nigeria by DisGuy: 7:38pm On Jan 01, 2011|
Nigerians, we just love associations, perhaps just to be called Chairman organising committee, Secretary General, Treasurer, High table members
associations with no benefit, just regular application forms with scratch cards to boot!
Seminars, Talkshop, Workshop, Retreats
|Re: Association Of Programmers In Nigeria by honeywallz: 5:09pm On Feb 18, 2011|
hi everyone. where can i get a programmer for my social networking site ?
|Re: Association Of Programmers In Nigeria by Bijemi(m): 10:08pm On Feb 19, 2011|
ha ha ha,
check out bijemi.com
|Re: Association Of Programmers In Nigeria by Camelot7: 12:53am On Feb 20, 2011|
Formality reduces efficiency.Our coming together doesn't have to have the formality cloak of a registered body,we can only make progress when there r no strings attached.
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|Re: Association Of Programmers In Nigeria by bobjr: 9:20pm On Feb 28, 2011|
I just joined this forum, greetings all
|Re: Association Of Programmers In Nigeria by Emmexzy(m): 5:52am On Jul 22, 2012|
Xup guy,i am emmanuel,also i young programmer lyk u guyz,i'm in my first year,i study at accra inst.of technology,we re lyk ten programmer 4rm naija and we re jst majorly gud and much better in c++ nd currently we re in java class,i beg u guy to inbox me/reply we need ur support guyz
|Re: Association Of Programmers In Nigeria by olusogo2(m): 12:28pm On Aug 21, 2012|
Let's not just start prolonging the issue, we need it.
I think we should start by having a community that we bring all Nigeria programmers together, then we can further the discussion.
|Re: Association Of Programmers In Nigeria by youngestpr(m): 9:31pm On Aug 30, 2012|
So where is the forum?
|Re: Association Of Programmers In Nigeria by chieme123(m): 8:28pm On Nov 17, 2012|
NaturaLly, programmers are solitary people. Very individualistic. We do not usually move in packs. That's why there isn't a programming association. But we could start something though. It would be fun, to interact with fellow programmers - people that can understand each other.
|Re: Association Of Programmers In Nigeria by blenyo11(m): 4:23pm On Nov 19, 2012|
What is the out come of this thread. Is there any standing association yet?
|Re: Association Of Programmers In Nigeria by filanto(m): 1:08pm On Feb 22, 2013|
I strongly subscribe to this idea. But first of all, let us organize a programmers forum perhaps in Lagos. we'll be able to make our voice heard, interact with other programmers. Already nigerian is gaining trust in nigeria programmers. Let's do it
|Re: Association Of Programmers In Nigeria by broswilli: 3:27pm On Feb 22, 2013|
Its a good idea i started a club in Port-Harcourt which i called Port-Harcourt Coders Club the attendance was much but most Nigerians don't believe in Partnership most persons were also not real programmers. The truth is that the current computer association is only interested in money. Secondly the software community has not fully developed in Nigeria so programmers don't get challenging jobs apart from creating websites.
|Re: Association Of Programmers In Nigeria by Delaw7(m): 1:47am On Feb 25, 2013|
Akanni Moshood A.
|Re: Association Of Programmers In Nigeria by prodam(m): 1:50pm On Feb 25, 2013|
Current professional bodies in Nigeria -
NCS- NIGERIA COMPUTER SOCIETY
NITDA-NIGERIA INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT AGENCY
ISPON-INSTITUTE OF SOFTWARE PRACTITIONERS OF NIGERIA - MOST RELEVANT TO PROGRAMMERS
NIRA-NIGERIA INTERNET REGISTRATION OF NIGERIA
ITAN- INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY OF NIGERIA
CPN - COMPUTER PROFESSIONALS OF NIGERIA
NCC-NIGERIA COMMUNICATION OF NIGERIA
Yet, the industry is still a "baby"..do you still think adding to the above list would make any meaningful difference.
Proving oneself by obtaining mind-blowing portfolios through projects executed is a better alternative. This would attract the attention of the government, not only here in Nigeria but also the international community.
|Re: Association Of Programmers In Nigeria by uken73(m): 11:16pm On Mar 02, 2013|
Wonder what happening to this wonderful idea that was born since January 2011.
I'll love to be part of this.
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|Re: Association Of Programmers In Nigeria by zeelz: 3:01am On Mar 11, 2013|
Just bumped on this thread now.
So has the association started, where's HQ
I'm a newbie and my interest is really a developers/programmers conference like we see in developed countries.
An avenue to come together, learn from each other, learn new technologies and move our industry forward.
someone hook me up @zeelz
|Re: Association Of Programmers In Nigeria by udswagz: 1:55pm On Jun 01, 2013|
We help startups and small business create intuitive and beatiful websites and web applications
and custom ecommerce sites. We also develop mobile apps.
Some sites we have completed
The most recent Android app we just published on Google play store
contact us via: www.udonline.net
we want to help design your next big idea !
|Re: Association Of Programmers In Nigeria by Delaw7(m): 10:01pm On Jun 02, 2013|
pls lets get started once nd for all!
der s no tym to waste!
|Re: Association Of Programmers In Nigeria by bb6xt(m): 4:11pm On Jun 08, 2013|
nerdylarry: @Paule I am of the school of thought that if you're not given the opportunity to express urself, create one. You're right. Let's create a group of ours, hunh?My 2kobo: Choose a technology u r really passionate about and start a local user group. Eg I love MongoDb and live in Abj, I'll b glad to start an A-MUG (Abuja MongoDB User Group), same goes for NodeJS, Django, Qt, Express, Python etc.
|Re: Association Of Programmers In Nigeria by adebayosun02: 11:38pm On Aug 24, 2013|
Name: Sunday Mayowa
Designation: VB.net (beginner)
Designation: Geography student UNILAG
Cell num: 08036484610
|Re: Association Of Programmers In Nigeria by spicyuzo(m): 12:38pm On Aug 25, 2013|
Work, Work and More Work ... Make Work your bestfriend....Thy Work Speaketh for Thou....
Elaborate the relevance through your work and watch your Majestic Acceptance.
We are Nigerians. We are practical people...Make thy work appealing in thine eyes
I believe our time is here...just a little extra hardwork/results we shall grab it
|Re: Association Of Programmers In Nigeria by dangelo101(m): 7:04pm On Oct 21, 2015|
Wow. I really wonder about the many talents of my country. You guys should never have to seek a platform to promote yourself. Your work should promote you. There's availability for programmers that can build to specs. Everyon interested, reply and let's open up the space.
|Re: Association Of Programmers In Nigeria by martinsudek(m): 8:06pm On Oct 21, 2015|
how are we going to identify real programmers,
exams,test or coding of any sort?
|Re: Association Of Programmers In Nigeria by dangelo101(m): 3:18pm On Oct 22, 2015|
@martinsudek of course. Echo Vc is a platform for programmers who can show how good they are to meet angel investors who can buy their ready made jobs, pay for their services or invest in any visions they might have planned out.
|Re: Association Of Programmers In Nigeria by yungcheda(m): 11:16am On Oct 23, 2015|
abeg, this association thing is unnecessary for now. if you develop great apps, couple bad-ass systems, meet up with dead lines without letting to clients, you will definitely get recognized
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