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Why You Should Get Into Tech Through Kubernetes/cloudnative Route by EmperorVamo: 11:30am On Aug 30, 2023
Hello Nlers,

www.cloudikeme.com
To start ur free course on this !


Well if there is one thing ive noticed its that everyone seems to talk or write off Tech as a solution to poverty and a good way to make money online .

Well i cant blame those of you who feel that way, cos truth is the term " programming" or "web development " has been abused so much in Africa.

Now i love statistics , just in the last 1 year alone , 1.8 million Indians from the slums joined github ( an opensource tech platform for new and experienced Techies to collaborate).

Why?

Well cos they know and get useful current information on how and why Tech still remains the best way to leave the trenches.

Forget HTML, CSS, JAVASCRIPT noise everywhere .
Its saturated and thus feels as if The whole tech thjng is just a lie.

I want you to move your mentality from "Job hunting " to " Impact Making" ..... and also from "crowd mentality" to " taking the road less travelled ".

Now ive created a course and fine tuning it to mentor only 50 Nigerians / Africans , from Zero to CloudNative Engineering / Kubernetes .

See nothing is assured right? But i can assure you that you would be making atleast $500 monthly in a few months during and after this course.

I attend various programs and events and wish i saw more africans in this space ...

Look at the apps you use, they all run on something called " Container technology" ...And thats where you come in with your knowledge in Kubernetes.

After this course, you can also work as a Devops Engineer, Cloud Engineer, Kubernetes Engineer, Platform Engineer, OpenSource Engineer , Technical Writer , e.t.c

I would be spelling out how to make money in a clear actionable manner as a main topic in the course.

There is a large Gap in diversity and inclusion on the global stage , and trust me as an African Man or Woman ( ladies are even more favoured in this path) , you have an opportunity to grow and move from your current level to a better level in a short time .

If i were to start afresh on this tech journey, God knows this is how i would have started and i wish i had somebody to hold my hands from day 1 like this ...

If you would like to join the waitlist for this mentorship program : shoot me an email with the keywords : Kubernetes Nigeria Mentorship


There would be a two-weeks free access for those on the waitlist and then you can make up your mind if its worth it .

Il respond with a link to our telegram group ( oh be ready to learn to use slack too " )

visit www.cloudikeme.com to start your course for free

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Re: Why You Should Get Into Tech Through Kubernetes/cloudnative Route by OBTOREPA(m): 12:10pm On Aug 30, 2023
EmperorVamo:
Hello Nlers,

Well if there is one thing ive noticed its that everyone seems to talk or write off Tech as a solution to poverty and a good way to make money online .

Well i cant blame those of you who feel that way, cos truth is the term " programming" or "web development " has been abused so much in Africa.

Now i love statistics , just in the last 1 year alone , 1.8 million Indians from the slums joined github ( an opensource tech platform for new and experienced Techies to collaborate).

Why?

Well cos they know and get useful current information on how and why Tech still remains the best way to leave the trenches.

Forget HTML, CSS, JAVASCRIPT noise everywhere .
Its saturated and thus feels as if The whole tech thjng is just a lie.

I want you to move your mentality from "Job hunting " to " Impact Making" ..... and also from "crowd mentality" to " taking the road less travelled ".

Now ive created a course and fine tuning it to mentor only 50 Nigerians / Africans , from Zero to CloudNative Engineering / Kubernetes .

See nothing is assured right? But i can assure you that you would be making atleast $500 monthly in a few months during and after this course.

I attend various programs and events and wish i saw more africans in this space ...

Look at the apps you use, they all run on something called " Container technology" ...And thats where you come in with your knowledge in Kubernetes.

After this course, you can also work as a Devops Engineer, Cloud Engineer, Kubernetes Engineer, Platform Engineer, OpenSource Engineer , Technical Writer , e.t.c

I would be spelling out how to make money in a clear actionable manner as a main topic in the course.

There is a large Gap in diversity and inclusion on the global stage , and trust me as an African Man or Woman ( ladies are even more favoured in this path) , you have an opportunity to grow and move from your current level to a better level in a short time .

If i were to start afresh on this tech journey, God knows this is how i would have started and i wish i had somebody to hold my hands from day 1 like this ...

If you would like to join the waitlist for this mentorship program : shoot me an email with the keywords : Kubernetes Nigeria Mentorship


There would be a two-weeks free access for those on the waitlist and then you can make up your mind if its worth it .

Il respond with a link to our telegram group ( oh be ready to learn to use slack too " )
How long does it take for a complete training?
Re: Why You Should Get Into Tech Through Kubernetes/cloudnative Route by Frames: 12:14pm On Aug 30, 2023
Tried sending,but am being rerouted by nairaland or something
Re: Why You Should Get Into Tech Through Kubernetes/cloudnative Route by AlphaGrace: 12:27pm On Aug 30, 2023
EmperorVamo:
Hello Nlers,

Well if there is one thing ive noticed its that everyone seems to talk or write off Tech as a solution to poverty and a good way to make money online .

Well i cant blame those of you who feel that way, cos truth is the term " programming" or "web development " has been abused so much in Africa.

Now i love statistics , just in the last 1 year alone , 1.8 million Indians from the slums joined github ( an opensource tech platform for new and experienced Techies to collaborate).

Why?

Well cos they know and get useful current information on how and why Tech still remains the best way to leave the trenches.

Forget HTML, CSS, JAVASCRIPT noise everywhere .
Its saturated and thus feels as if The whole tech thjng is just a lie.

I want you to move your mentality from "Job hunting " to " Impact Making" ..... and also from "crowd mentality" to " taking the road less travelled ".

Now ive created a course and fine tuning it to mentor only 50 Nigerians / Africans , from Zero to CloudNative Engineering / Kubernetes .

See nothing is assured right? But i can assure you that you would be making atleast $500 monthly in a few months during and after this course.

I attend various programs and events and wish i saw more africans in this space ...

Look at the apps you use, they all run on something called " Container technology" ...And thats where you come in with your knowledge in Kubernetes.

After this course, you can also work as a Devops Engineer, Cloud Engineer, Kubernetes Engineer, Platform Engineer, OpenSource Engineer , Technical Writer , e.t.c

I would be spelling out how to make money in a clear actionable manner as a main topic in the course.

There is a large Gap in diversity and inclusion on the global stage , and trust me as an African Man or Woman ( ladies are even more favoured in this path) , you have an opportunity to grow and move from your current level to a better level in a short time .

If i were to start afresh on this tech journey, God knows this is how i would have started and i wish i had somebody to hold my hands from day 1 like this ...

If you would like to join the waitlist for this mentorship program : shoot me an email with the keywords : Kubernetes Nigeria Mentorship


There would be a two-weeks free access for those on the waitlist and then you can make up your mind if its worth it .

Il respond with a link to our telegram group ( oh be ready to learn to use slack too " )

Thanks boss, I can't wait to learn from you Sir.
Re: Why You Should Get Into Tech Through Kubernetes/cloudnative Route by Frames: 1:11pm On Aug 30, 2023
Thanks for all you do and for creating this opportunity.... 100 days challenge here we come

Please add me up
Re: Why You Should Get Into Tech Through Kubernetes/cloudnative Route by trusted(m): 1:45pm On Aug 30, 2023
EmperorVamo:
Hello Nlers,

Well if there is one thing ive noticed its that everyone seems to talk or write off Tech as a solution to poverty and a good way to make money online .

Well i cant blame those of you who feel that way, cos truth is the term " programming" or "web development " has been abused so much in Africa.

Now i love statistics , just in the last 1 year alone , 1.8 million Indians from the slums joined github ( an opensource tech platform for new and experienced Techies to collaborate).

Why?

Well cos they know and get useful current information on how and why Tech still remains the best way to leave the trenches.

Forget HTML, CSS, JAVASCRIPT noise everywhere .
Its saturated and thus feels as if The whole tech thjng is just a lie.

I want you to move your mentality from "Job hunting " to " Impact Making" ..... and also from "crowd mentality" to " taking the road less travelled ".

Now ive created a course and fine tuning it to mentor only 50 Nigerians / Africans , from Zero to CloudNative Engineering / Kubernetes .

See nothing is assured right? But i can assure you that you would be making atleast $500 monthly in a few months during and after this course.

I attend various programs and events and wish i saw more africans in this space ...

Look at the apps you use, they all run on something called " Container technology" ...And thats where you come in with your knowledge in Kubernetes.

After this course, you can also work as a Devops Engineer, Cloud Engineer, Kubernetes Engineer, Platform Engineer, OpenSource Engineer , Technical Writer , e.t.c

I would be spelling out how to make money in a clear actionable manner as a main topic in the course.

There is a large Gap in diversity and inclusion on the global stage , and trust me as an African Man or Woman ( ladies are even more favoured in this path) , you have an opportunity to grow and move from your current level to a better level in a short time .

If i were to start afresh on this tech journey, God knows this is how i would have started and i wish i had somebody to hold my hands from day 1 like this ...

If you would like to join the waitlist for this mentorship program : shoot me an email with the keywords : Kubernetes Nigeria Mentorship


There would be a two-weeks free access for those on the waitlist and then you can make up your mind if its worth it .

Il respond with a link to our telegram group ( oh be ready to learn to use slack too " )

Mail Sent. waiting earnestly for your reply .
Re: Why You Should Get Into Tech Through Kubernetes/cloudnative Route by Chaossima: 7:05pm On Aug 30, 2023
I've followed you and sent you an email boss. Please follow me back so I can send the second email with the keywords. Thanks Boss.
Re: Why You Should Get Into Tech Through Kubernetes/cloudnative Route by EmperorVamo: 7:12pm On Aug 30, 2023
OBTOREPA:

How long does it take for a complete training?

Its gojng to be based on your pace
Re: Why You Should Get Into Tech Through Kubernetes/cloudnative Route by trusted(m): 8:53pm On Aug 30, 2023
@EmperorVamo no mail receive yet Sir.
Re: Why You Should Get Into Tech Through Kubernetes/cloudnative Route by SINisSIN(m): 11:24pm On Aug 30, 2023
Is there a need for science background for this?
Re: Why You Should Get Into Tech Through Kubernetes/cloudnative Route by Ayopercent(m): 5:21am On Aug 31, 2023
EmperorVamo:


Its gojng to be based on your pace
Email sent, am expecting your response.
Thank you.

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Re: Why You Should Get Into Tech Through Kubernetes/cloudnative Route by EmperorVamo: 7:41am On Aug 31, 2023
Frames:
Tried sending,but am being rerouted by nairaland or something

Il check to see if it went through
Re: Why You Should Get Into Tech Through Kubernetes/cloudnative Route by EmperorVamo: 7:42am On Aug 31, 2023
SINisSIN:
Is there a need for science background for this?

Not at all

Infact i was a producer and DJ before making the switch .
Re: Why You Should Get Into Tech Through Kubernetes/cloudnative Route by EmperorVamo: 7:43am On Aug 31, 2023
Check your email if you reached out

Now sending out invite links to the mentorship waiting list
Re: Why You Should Get Into Tech Through Kubernetes/cloudnative Route by Chaossima: 7:52am On Aug 31, 2023
EmperorVamo:
Check your email if you reached out

Now sending out invite links to the mentorship waiting list

Thanks boss
Re: Why You Should Get Into Tech Through Kubernetes/cloudnative Route by trusted(m): 9:20am On Aug 31, 2023
EmperorVamo:
Check your email if you reached out

Now sending out invite links to the mentorship waiting list

Invite received Sir.... Looking forward to meeting you in Class.

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Re: Why You Should Get Into Tech Through Kubernetes/cloudnative Route by AlphaGrace: 9:51am On Aug 31, 2023
[quote author=EmperorVamo post=125478037]Check your email if you reached out

Now sending out invite links to the mentorship waiting list [/quote

Invite received, thanks boss.
Re: Why You Should Get Into Tech Through Kubernetes/cloudnative Route by Frames: 12:05pm On Aug 31, 2023
Invite received... Thanks
Re: Why You Should Get Into Tech Through Kubernetes/cloudnative Route by Ovii123(m): 10:44pm On Aug 31, 2023
Interested, please reply my mail
Re: Why You Should Get Into Tech Through Kubernetes/cloudnative Route by Karimalism05(m): 12:13pm On Sep 01, 2023
EmperorVamo:
Check your email if you reached out

Now sending out invite links to the mentorship waiting list
Good afternoon boss,
I have been trying to reach out to you but it's not been successful.
Please can you send invite link to below email
abdulanatomy@gmail.com
Thank you
In anticipation of your response.
Re: Why You Should Get Into Tech Through Kubernetes/cloudnative Route by Mrluv(m): 12:18pm On Sep 01, 2023
EmperorVamo:
Check your email if you reached out

Now sending out invite links to the mentorship waiting list
reply my email pls
Re: Why You Should Get Into Tech Through Kubernetes/cloudnative Route by samlestic(m): 7:10pm On Sep 01, 2023
EmperorVamo:
Hello Nlers,

Well if there is one thing ive noticed its that everyone seems to talk or write off Tech as a solution to poverty and a good way to make money online .

Well i cant blame those of you who feel that way, cos truth is the term " programming" or "web development " has been abused so much in Africa.

Now i love statistics , just in the last 1 year alone , 1.8 million Indians from the slums joined github ( an opensource tech platform for new and experienced Techies to collaborate).

Why?

Well cos they know and get useful current information on how and why Tech still remains the best way to leave the trenches.

Forget HTML, CSS, JAVASCRIPT noise everywhere .
Its saturated and thus feels as if The whole tech thjng is just a lie.

I want you to move your mentality from "Job hunting " to " Impact Making" ..... and also from "crowd mentality" to " taking the road less travelled ".

Now ive created a course and fine tuning it to mentor only 50 Nigerians / Africans , from Zero to CloudNative Engineering / Kubernetes .

See nothing is assured right? But i can assure you that you would be making atleast $500 monthly in a few months during and after this course.

I attend various programs and events and wish i saw more africans in this space ...

Look at the apps you use, they all run on something called " Container technology" ...And thats where you come in with your knowledge in Kubernetes.

After this course, you can also work as a Devops Engineer, Cloud Engineer, Kubernetes Engineer, Platform Engineer, OpenSource Engineer , Technical Writer , e.t.c

I would be spelling out how to make money in a clear actionable manner as a main topic in the course.

There is a large Gap in diversity and inclusion on the global stage , and trust me as an African Man or Woman ( ladies are even more favoured in this path) , you have an opportunity to grow and move from your current level to a better level in a short time .

If i were to start afresh on this tech journey, God knows this is how i would have started and i wish i had somebody to hold my hands from day 1 like this ...

If you would like to join the waitlist for this mentorship program : shoot me an email with the keywords : Kubernetes Nigeria Mentorship


There would be a two-weeks free access for those on the waitlist and then you can make up your mind if its worth it .

Il respond with a link to our telegram group ( oh be ready to learn to use slack too " )


please am interested
Samlestic@gmail.com
Re: Why You Should Get Into Tech Through Kubernetes/cloudnative Route by Alagaman: 8:34pm On Sep 01, 2023
EmperorVamo:
Hello Nlers,

Well if there is one thing ive noticed its that everyone seems to talk or write off Tech as a solution to poverty and a good way to make money online .

Well i cant blame those of you who feel that way, cos truth is the term " programming" or "web development " has been abused so much in Africa.

Now i love statistics , just in the last 1 year alone , 1.8 million Indians from the slums joined github ( an opensource tech platform for new and experienced Techies to collaborate).

Why?

Well cos they know and get useful current information on how and why Tech still remains the best way to leave the trenches.

Forget HTML, CSS, JAVASCRIPT noise everywhere .
Its saturated and thus feels as if The whole tech thjng is just a lie.

I want you to move your mentality from "Job hunting " to " Impact Making" ..... and also from "crowd mentality" to " taking the road less travelled ".

Now ive created a course and fine tuning it to mentor only 50 Nigerians / Africans , from Zero to CloudNative Engineering / Kubernetes .

See nothing is assured right? But i can assure you that you would be making atleast $500 monthly in a few months during and after this course.

I attend various programs and events and wish i saw more africans in this space ...

Look at the apps you use, they all run on something called " Container technology" ...And thats where you come in with your knowledge in Kubernetes.

After this course, you can also work as a Devops Engineer, Cloud Engineer, Kubernetes Engineer, Platform Engineer, OpenSource Engineer , Technical Writer , e.t.c

I would be spelling out how to make money in a clear actionable manner as a main topic in the course.

There is a large Gap in diversity and inclusion on the global stage , and trust me as an African Man or Woman ( ladies are even more favoured in this path) , you have an opportunity to grow and move from your current level to a better level in a short time .

If i were to start afresh on this tech journey, God knows this is how i would have started and i wish i had somebody to hold my hands from day 1 like this ...

If you would like to join the waitlist for this mentorship program : shoot me an email with the keywords : Kubernetes Nigeria Mentorship


There would be a two-weeks free access for those on the waitlist and then you can make up your mind if its worth it .

Il respond with a link to our telegram group ( oh be ready to learn to use slack too " )

Abeg Respond to the message boss...

I have 6 month left to finish my nysc boss , I know wan go house go dey find job around
Re: Why You Should Get Into Tech Through Kubernetes/cloudnative Route by Haske2019: 2:00am On Sep 02, 2023
EmperorVamo:
Hello Nlers,

Well if there is one thing ive noticed its that everyone seems to talk or write off Tech as a solution to poverty and a good way to make money online .

Well i cant blame those of you who feel that way, cos truth is the term " programming" or "web development " has been abused so much in Africa.

Now i love statistics , just in the last 1 year alone , 1.8 million Indians from the slums joined github ( an opensource tech platform for new and experienced Techies to collaborate).

Why?

Well cos they know and get useful current information on how and why Tech still remains the best way to leave the trenches.

Forget HTML, CSS, JAVASCRIPT noise everywhere .
Its saturated and thus feels as if The whole tech thjng is just a lie.

I want you to move your mentality from "Job hunting " to " Impact Making" ..... and also from "crowd mentality" to " taking the road less travelled ".

Now ive created a course and fine tuning it to mentor only 50 Nigerians / Africans , from Zero to CloudNative Engineering / Kubernetes .

See nothing is assured right? But i can assure you that you would be making atleast $500 monthly in a few months during and after this course.

I attend various programs and events and wish i saw more africans in this space ...

Look at the apps you use, they all run on something called " Container technology" ...And thats where you come in with your knowledge in Kubernetes.

After this course, you can also work as a Devops Engineer, Cloud Engineer, Kubernetes Engineer, Platform Engineer, OpenSource Engineer , Technical Writer , e.t.c

I would be spelling out how to make money in a clear actionable manner as a main topic in the course.

There is a large Gap in diversity and inclusion on the global stage , and trust me as an African Man or Woman ( ladies are even more favoured in this path) , you have an opportunity to grow and move from your current level to a better level in a short time .

If i were to start afresh on this tech journey, God knows this is how i would have started and i wish i had somebody to hold my hands from day 1 like this ...

If you would like to join the waitlist for this mentorship program : shoot me an email with the keywords : Kubernetes Nigeria Mentorship


There would be a two-weeks free access for those on the waitlist and then you can make up your mind if its worth it .

Il respond with a link to our telegram group ( oh be ready to learn to use slack too " )
am very much interested sir
yinusamaryam1@gmail.com
Re: Why You Should Get Into Tech Through Kubernetes/cloudnative Route by EmperorVamo: 3:13am On Sep 02, 2023
Alagaman:


Abeg Respond to the message boss...

I have 6 month left to finish my nysc boss , I know wan go house go dey find job around

Check your mail if youbsent me one
Re: Why You Should Get Into Tech Through Kubernetes/cloudnative Route by Haske2019: 10:47am On Sep 02, 2023
EmperorVamo:


Check your mail if youbsent me one
good morning sir,I have followed you but I can't send you an email you have to follow me back for me to do so. God bless you
Re: Why You Should Get Into Tech Through Kubernetes/cloudnative Route by Godspeed0: 11:05pm On Sep 02, 2023
EmperorVamo:
Hello Nlers,

Well if there is one thing ive noticed its that everyone seems to talk or write off Tech as a solution to poverty and a good way to make money online .

Well i cant blame those of you who feel that way, cos truth is the term " programming" or "web development " has been abused so much in Africa.

Now i love statistics , just in the last 1 year alone , 1.8 million Indians from the slums joined github ( an opensource tech platform for new and experienced Techies to collaborate).

Why?

Well cos they know and get useful current information on how and why Tech still remains the best way to leave the trenches.

Forget HTML, CSS, JAVASCRIPT noise everywhere .
Its saturated and thus feels as if The whole tech thjng is just a lie.

I want you to move your mentality from "Job hunting " to " Impact Making" ..... and also from "crowd mentality" to " taking the road less travelled ".

Now ive created a course and fine tuning it to mentor only 50 Nigerians / Africans , from Zero to CloudNative Engineering / Kubernetes .

See nothing is assured right? But i can assure you that you would be making atleast $500 monthly in a few months during and after this course.

I attend various programs and events and wish i saw more africans in this space ...

Look at the apps you use, they all run on something called " Container technology" ...And thats where you come in with your knowledge in Kubernetes.

After this course, you can also work as a Devops Engineer, Cloud Engineer, Kubernetes Engineer, Platform Engineer, OpenSource Engineer , Technical Writer , e.t.c

I would be spelling out how to make money in a clear actionable manner as a main topic in the course.

There is a large Gap in diversity and inclusion on the global stage , and trust me as an African Man or Woman ( ladies are even more favoured in this path) , you have an opportunity to grow and move from your current level to a better level in a short time .

If i were to start afresh on this tech journey, God knows this is how i would have started and i wish i had somebody to hold my hands from day 1 like this ...

If you would like to join the waitlist for this mentorship program : shoot me an email with the keywords : Kubernetes Nigeria Mentorship


There would be a two-weeks free access for those on the waitlist and then you can make up your mind if its worth it .

Il respond with a link to our telegram group ( oh be ready to learn to use slack too " )
I have sent you email more than 5 time no reply if you are not see it please this is my email kojaja4@gmail.com
Re: Why You Should Get Into Tech Through Kubernetes/cloudnative Route by EmperorVamo: 9:37am On Sep 03, 2023
Godspeed0:
I have sent you email more than 5 time no reply if you are not see it please this is my email kojaja4@gmail.com

Check again
Re: Why You Should Get Into Tech Through Kubernetes/cloudnative Route by Alagaman: 9:58am On Sep 03, 2023
EmperorVamo:


Check your mail if youbsent me one

Boss pls it seems the link u sent to me have been revoked, d link is not accessible again
Re: Why You Should Get Into Tech Through Kubernetes/cloudnative Route by EmperorVamo: 11:49am On Sep 03, 2023
Alagaman:


Boss pls it seems the link u sent to me have been revoked, d link is not accessible again

Resent

If anyone has this same issue let me knkw
Re: Why You Should Get Into Tech Through Kubernetes/cloudnative Route by EmperorVamo: 11:49am On Sep 03, 2023
Alagaman:


Abeg Respond to the message boss...

I have 6 month left to finish my nysc boss , I know wan go house go dey find job around

Done check
Re: Why You Should Get Into Tech Through Kubernetes/cloudnative Route by EmperorVamo: 12:49pm On Sep 03, 2023
I think i have responded to everyone so far , but most are yet to join the link

If you have gotten or seen your telegram invite link

You can acknowledge here , so il know those left

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