When you find yourself at a confusing point career-wise, you need to know to look at the bright side, because there always will be one!
Dr. Weyoms always wanted a career as a Midwife or Medical Doctor. Yet, life has other ideas. Nonetheless, she still got that Dr badge she's always wanted.
Florence Dairo is currently a freelance Digital Product Designer and Strategist at Toptal. Oh, she writes technical articles too. Like Dexter in Dexter’s Lab, she’s always wanted to enjoy the flexibility of working from home… and now she does.
‘Tayo started her journey into Software Development when it was not a thing in Nigeria/Africa. She has a BSc in Software Engineering, an MSc in Human-Computer Interaction, and she's currently a Software Engineer/Technical Designer at Microsoft.
Even though her work is neither Product Management nor Software Development, Mohini has spent her career in the tech space since inception, using photography to tell stories.
Yetunde is a 2019 Google Women TechMaker Scholar. She is currently undergoing her Master's program in AI & Robotics in Rome. Prior to that, she worked as Technical Team Lead at Andela.
We all have our individual unique experiences in our journey through life, yet we can always learn one or two things from other people.
In this #STEMStories series, Sotonye shares her journey amidst rejection and uncertainty to medical school. Find out about how she sailed through and turned the challenges to her greatest strength.
One of the joys of being a Software Engineer is that feeling, that your work makes life easier for other people. At the core, you write bits of code to bring interesting ideas to reality.
Cue in, Glory OriJesu — our naturalista mom and software engineer. Glory is currently a Software Developer at Amazon.
Meet Dr. Ozak Esu, a chartered electronic and electrical engineer from Nigeria. She is currently the Technical Lead at the BRE Centre for Smart Homes and Buildings in the UK.
With a BEng and Ph.D. in Electronic and Electrical Engineering. Get to know about how Ozak charges through study and life abroad at 17, starting a Ph.D. at 20 and her current work as an Engineer.
If you have ever fantasized about movies like Star Wars and Transformers, then you probably have a thing or two in common with Tejumade. Only that she didn’t stop there.
Tejumade passed on her interest for machines and robotics into her studies. An ardent lover of mathematics, she is currently running her PhD in Mathematics & Computer Science at Saarland University, Germany.