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@progPhoto by Stephen Dawson on Unsplash

Yeah, this is what most of us have definitely been waiting for. During this internship, I will not even deceive you because you will need enough data. Like enough. Today, I will be giving us some useful tips which will help reduce how we consume data to be able to manage our data through out the internship. I hope you find this helpful, plus the internship will always provide interns with stipends as they proceed to help cover for data also.

Read to the end 👇Other nice tips there.

TIPS TO MINIMIZING INTERNET CONSUMPTION

One way of reducing data consumption is by installing an AD Blocker on your browser. What this does is, it cuts away unnecessary pages and contents that will consume your data while browsing on a page, or watching a content on a web page. …


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Truth be told, you never wrote any entrance exam or completed any task before you got accepted into this internship. Did you? No! Now you are in, your only aim should be about surviving this internship and being among the finalist so you can boldly kickstart your career in tech, and live that tech life you already crave for. 😃

Today, I will be sharing with you some tips on how to go past this internship, and become a finalist, and yes, if everyone who reads this now, apply what will be taught and said here, you should be rest assured to survive this internship. …


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Photo by Chris Ried on Unsplash

Learning to code is not easy, and doing so given a limited time is even harder. In this post, I will be sharing with you some useful tips to help you learn to code faster and learn to code effectively.

I will go straight to the point in this article, and be as precise as possible. I hope you learn a lot from this post.

Understanding How You Learn Best.

This is the first step to learning to program really quick, or even learning anything real quick. You should first identify how best you learn. …


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Group photo from the last ALC Meetup at Andela EPIC Tower in Lagos, Nigeria

Pheeew!! This is going to be a fun, long, engaging and exciting read, with so much chattering from me. Hang in there guys. 😆 😅

I am no where near Po’s Dad from Kung Fu Panda, but I sure have some secret recipe. 😅 😅

Shall we begin? 😉

Like every other learner and African out there who have an idea of what Andela, Google and Pluralsight stands for, the ALC program is like a dream come true. Am I right? Yeah I am, and I know this.

The excitement that comes with applying for the Google Africa scholarship program, the joy while completing the form and the nerves while submitting the form is nothing compared to the suspense and fear, and nervousness you face while waiting for the mail shortlisting you as part of the lucky 30,000 among over 100,000 who applied for the program all across various African countries. …


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Photo by Dmitry Chernyshov on Unsplash

I am not going to be mincing my words here. You’ve seen great programmers, read about them, heard them give speeches, talked to a few, and here you are inspired and all fired up to start your journey as a software developer. Truth be told, you’ve taken the right step in the right direction.

When I started out, there were a few things people told me, my brothers gave me the best advice possible and a few developers around me also helped me. …


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city of Lagos

Nigeria my motherland, a land of hope and purpose, diversified in ethnicity and prided in our vast traditions. Loyalty was our watchword, honesty was our super-power, and the fight for our freedom and establishment as an independent nation was beyond any comparative relation.

I have grown up reading about our past heroes, listening to tales of their dexterity, the likes of Sir Ahmadu Bello, Anthony Enahoro, Obafemi Awolowo, Nnamdi Azikiwe, Funmilayo Ransom Kuti, Tafawa Balewa, among others. All these men and women and many others had a future in view for the younger generation, together they fought for a Nigeria we have not been able to bring to existence. …

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