Three Interesting Colleagues I have Met in this Bootcamp.

It feels good to meet new people especially like-minded people! This was one of the excitement I had when going for the Andela bootcamp. I was pretty sure I was going to meet aspiring Andelans like myself, tech savvy young people, experienced developers and upcoming developers with different programming background. True to my expectations and even beyond, this all started happening from the first hour of the bootcamp. I have met and made friends with a good number of people at the bootcamp but since this post limits me to mentioning just three persons, I will only give an account of the three most interesting People that I have met.

The first interesting colleague I have met in this bootcamp is Mohammed Isioye. He loves to be called “m” . Mohammed is a nice looking, tech savvy young man and a very good collaborator. From my interactions with him, I found out that he his experienced in python using flask web framework. Aside being experienced in Python, Mohammed is very much fluent on the command line and his understanding of git work flow is excellent. Mohammed is a good team player and I so much believe he is fit and qualified to be an Andela fellow.

The second interesting colleague I have met in this bootcamp is Fredrick Mgbeoma. He is fondly called Fred . He is a nice looking, friendly and a out spoken bootcamper. From my interactions with him, I found out that he his experienced in PHP and Javascript. Aside being outspoken, Fred loves Music, in fact, he loves to code with his headphones on. Fred is a passionate aspiring Andelan, and I so much believe he is fit and qualified to be an Andela fellow.

Osaze Edo-Osagie is the third colleague i have met in the bootcamp. She was the first person i spoke to and met on the first day of bootcamp. Being under another learning facilitator assistant(L.F.A.), we couldn’t rapport for long , but my little interaction with her revealed that she had been programming for three years using Java with no Web frameworks yet. She is actually very new to web programming and its related technologies but she is far from being a beginner in programming. Osaze is a very good listener, I believe this would help pay attention to details and consequently make her fit to join the Andela fellowship.

It has been very much interesting meeting different people at the Andela bootcamp and I cannot wait to see them coding along side with me in the Andela fellowship.

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