Hackers Guild, Bongohive’s programming group, is back with a bang. For the past two weeks, the tech hub was the place to be to learn about all things tech in captivating educational sessions by programmers from within and from outside Zambia. The first session was held from Monday 24th to Friday 28th March and taught Git(Version Control).
To end a captivating day, James gave a talk about Firebase; what it is and how it works. Firebase is a scalable, real-time backend for web application. It works with Libraries such as Web, Node.js, Obj-C , Java. For more information, visit https://www.firebase.com/docs/faq.html.
The event was packed to capacity and, needless to say, a big success. It drew in some old faces as well as new ones, most conspicuously students from the University of Zambia (UNZA). We were also excited to see more women in the audience. Go Girl Power!
Well, it has been a great week over here at Bongohive. We cannot wait to see what happens in the coming months. If you are interested in any of our programs or if you want to check out upcoming occasions, go to the Hackers Guild website, or visit our Facebook page here or twitter feed here. Hope to see you at the next event.