Sunday, January 23, 2022

Podii Academy Opens Up October Applications – Learn to Code in 13 Weeks

5 people ONLY

Last year, we had a feature on Sigu Magwa who described himself as “a passionate software developer who truly believes in humanity and in the tech community”. In the feature, there was talk about Podii, a group of passionate developers who build incredible solutions for different problems around Mobile and Web. You can read the whole interview here:

Well, Podii has just announced a call for October Applications with the promise to learn code in 13 weeks.

There’s a well outlined curriculum detailing everything you will learn through the 13 weeks. The topics are lined up in a weekly basis, such that you’ll be tackling something different every week. There will also be projects you’ll work on.

Podii says they understand this is a lifetime investment anyone applying would be making, and that’s why they go ahead and assure you of a job, if you SUCCESSFULLY complete the course. Remember, they’re only looking for 5 people.

Before applying, please make sure:

  • You are actually interested in learning new ideas
  • You are available for the 13 weeks
  • And you have a working laptop

Or contact: 057-2041122;


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