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Programming / Re: Demystifying Redux Part 1 by pidginedtec(m): 6:38pm On Mar 08
mruwaifo:
Great video. It helped. Please give me your number make we yan .

Good that you enjoy am. I don request to send you message
Programming / Javascript Frameworks by pidginedtec(m): 1:10pm On Feb 05
If you know, you know!

Programming / Re: Javascript In Pidgin!!! by pidginedtec(m): 12:57pm On Feb 05
Choose your path. If you know you know!

Programming / Re: Javascript In Pidgin!!! by pidginedtec(m): 10:00am On Jan 29
Programming / Re: Javascript In Pidgin!!! by pidginedtec(m): 8:12pm On Jan 27
Programming / Re: Pidgin English Tutorial: Understand Javascript Promise 1 by pidginedtec(m): 8:10pm On Jan 27
lzar:
Hi my guy, I like your partan. I beg make you keep am up. I like extend wetin you de do so to some peeps around me here for warri but lots of difficulties still de set things back. Meanwhile how many parts of the video dey? And to which level all you tutorials cover reach for Java?

I hail @lzar! I appreciate the encouragement words (you too much!). Pushing this kind of unconventional idea can be very challenging, so I feel u when you say you dey face lots of difficulties. But if we think of the result, the result of reducing the impact of language barrier in knowledge sharing, e worth am. So no give up, you know vision, so like you say "I beg make you keep am up". More tutorials dey for this Nairaland thread https://www.nairaland.com/3797045/javascript-pidgin.

Social Media links:
Youtube:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUghQ5NkaD_0En1GQ52sJ3Q

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/pidgintec

You fit reach out to me anytime, I full ground!

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Programming / Re: Pidgin English Tutorial: Understand Javascript Promise 1 by pidginedtec(m): 6:57am On Jan 25
For this video I show wetin be promise and why we need am. Enjoy!



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PSmaiFV53lU

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Programming / Re: Javascript In Pidgin!!! by pidginedtec(m): 9:21pm On Jan 23
asalimpo:
Not every person has data to burn on videos. E.g i'm browsing this on N100 data bundle. So ... U xclude potential prospects.
2) pidgin isnt a very robust language. It's not capable of expressing certain concepts clearly from english. So,the learner still has to b fluent in english to get along with tutorials like ths. Defeating d purpose in d first place but other languages like russian,chinese,japanese,german dont hav these limitations.
E.g, one of ur topics is "data types"- and anoda has "closures", anoda will talk on "promises". Pidgin has no concept of data! But english has! Pidgin has d concept of "type" i.e "kine" - "which kine food u get ". What about "statement". Such a concept doesnt exist in pidgin! You can work around these limits with copious analogies but ... It would b clear tht the pidgin speaker has to cross over and learn english if he wants to really learn.

Very interesting viewpoints! I do agree with you to a great extent. I understand that internet is very limited and still expensive in Nigeria, thereby, "xclude potential prospects" (Lets hope that this will change soon). It is true that Pidgin is not a robust langauge, but I am using pidgin because that is what we, majority of Nigerians communicate with, and it is closer to our natural langauge. All non English speaking countries (like Germany, Russia, Finland, France, China...etc) also have great programmers who dont speak any English.
Programming / Pidgin English Tutorial: Understand Javascript Promise 1 by pidginedtec(m): 1:57pm On Jan 22

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AnO8olzOVTo


For this video I show wetin be callbacks and how we take dey use callback for javascript and also show the limitation of callbacks, wey Promise use dey solve. Enjoy!

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Programming / Re: Demystifying Redux Part 1 by pidginedtec(m): 6:59am On Dec 10, 2018
Demystifying Redux Part 2 is out, Enjoy!


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u171RwsO3AI
Programming / Demystifying Redux Part 2 by pidginedtec(m): 6:58am On Dec 10, 2018
Demystifying Redux Part 2 is out, Enjoy!


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u171RwsO3AI
Programming / Demystifying Redux Part 1 by pidginedtec(m): 10:48am On Dec 02, 2018
For this video I show the out of the box React state management. Part 2 is cooking. Enjoy!


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lpQUC6uHCWU

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Programming / Re: The Beginner's Guide To Reactjs by pidginedtec(m): 2:18pm On Mar 02, 2018
Write Hello Africa with raw React APIs


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QavnK4526vs

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Programming / The Beginner's Guide To Reactjs by pidginedtec(m): 2:16pm On Mar 02, 2018
Welcome to the React fundamentals course!

Just some important items before we get started.

1) In series of posts, I will try to present new piece of information from different mediums, e.g text format (to support people saving data) and videos.
2) Although, everyone learn differently. During the videos we'll be building a full project together. It's probably beneficial to program along with me during the videos to be fully engaged. If you get lost or your code isn't working, you can find me on Twitter at @pidgintec or just comment on the post.
3) Like my previous tutorials, this course will be delivered in Pidgin English
4) If you ever get stuck or have any questions, you can find me here or on Twitter at https://twitter.com/pidgintec.

Enjoy!

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Programming / Javascript Datatypes by pidginedtec(m): 8:52am On Feb 20, 2018
Datatypes are the building blocks of any programming language, you can not do anything without them. Here is a video explaining datatypes in Javascript. It is also in Pidgin English, enjoy!


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pEmIU6vsUfc

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Programming / Closure In Javascript by pidginedtec(m): 6:14pm On Feb 18, 2018
Closure is one the most confusing concept in Javascript, here is a video explaining how easy it is


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=otNkXqcihpA
Programming / Re: Vacancy by pidginedtec(m): 6:53pm On Feb 16, 2018
Can the person work remotely?
Programming / Javascript Object-oriented Programming In 8mins by pidginedtec(m): 3:12am On Feb 16, 2018
Object-Oriented Programming is a popular style of programming that has taken deep root in Javascript from the very beginning. Here is my video explaining how simple it is in Javascript.

Enjoy!


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lqgtjlXl1X4
Programming / React Fundamentals by pidginedtec(m): 9:21am On Dec 19, 2017
Welcome to the React fundamentals course!

Just some important items before we get started.

1) In series of posts, I will try to present new piece of information from different mediums, e.g text format (to support people saving data) and videos.
2) Although, everyone learn differently. During the videos we'll be building a full project together. It's probably beneficial to program along with me during the videos to be fully engaged. If you get lost or your code isn't working, you can find me on Twitter at @pidgintec or just comment on the post.
3) Like my previous tutorials, this course will be delivered in Pidgin English
4) If you ever get stuck or have any questions, you can find me here or on Twitter at https://twitter.com/pidgintec.

Enjoy!
Programming / Re: Javascript - Closures by pidginedtec(m): 5:34pm On Nov 25, 2017
Programming / One-On-One React And Redux Training by pidginedtec(m): 8:00pm On Sep 03, 2017
Hi,
If you are interested in learning React and it ecosystem (e.g Redux, babel, webpack, ES6&ES7). I can teach you, one on one session to a level where you will be comfortable developing complex React apps.
Programming / Re: Javascript - Closures by pidginedtec(m): 6:52pm On Sep 03, 2017
Programming / Blockchain Technology by pidginedtec(m): 7:27pm On Jul 26, 2017
Blockchain is a data structure. A special data structure, being that data are stored in multiple computers (distributed) and the only way to get the stored data is via peer-to-peer network. Each block is a hash of the previous block (immutable)
Programming / Re: Javascript - Closures by pidginedtec(m): 12:35pm On Jul 19, 2017
Read more about Javascript Closures, here https://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/Web/JavaScript/Closures
Programming / Re: Arrays In Javascript by pidginedtec(m): 7:29am On Jul 17, 2017
drixsoft:
very, interesting!
Thanks. Enjoy
Programming / Re: Javascript - Closures by pidginedtec(m): 12:25pm On Jul 16, 2017
ypeace:


Nice tutorial. I sent you a mail, pls reply.

Thanks. I have replied your mail, check. Cheers
Programming / Re: Javascript In Pidgin!!! by pidginedtec(m): 8:48am On Jul 15, 2017
Programming / Javascript - Closures by pidginedtec(m): 8:42am On Jul 15, 2017
For this video, I discussed javascript closures. Enjoy!


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=otNkXqcihpA
Programming / Re: Javascript In Pidgin!!! by pidginedtec(m): 2:46pm On Jun 16, 2017
nsimageorge:
Your idea is rather interestingl... But I would have to discourage you...

Please read this:
https://www.quora.com/How-important-is-English-to-programmers

and this:
http://www.hanselman.com/blog/DoYouHaveToKnowEnglishToBeAProgrammer.aspx

Teaching programming in pidgin when every programmer speaks english(at least moderately) is really not that sublime. When I saw the post I was expecting to see Javascript syntax in pidgin(Now that's more sublime, stupid however but sublime)

Well, interesting view point. But how are programmers in non-english speaking countries learn programming? Like in Russia, Finland and even China? Anyway, thanks for the insight! I hail
Programming / Re: Javascript In Pidgin!!! by pidginedtec(m): 7:04am On Jun 15, 2017
This one na Javascript - For Loop


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_FBhoSO5JQ4
Programming / Javascript - For Loop by pidginedtec(m): 7:03am On Jun 15, 2017

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