Nigeria has a burgeoning tech industry that is attracting investment and attention from around the world, but the industry is not immune to a shortage of talent as it seeks to achieve its sky-high ambitions.
A programming language isn’t something ordinarily considered capable of making a cultural statement. But Anuoluwapo Karounwi has done just that with Yorlang, a programming language designed to write small programs using Yoruba, a language native to South Western Nigeria.
We’re documenting Nigerian initiatives increasing the number of women and girls in tech, and we need your help.
Also known as ASAP (not Rocky)
Taking it one state at a time