The discussion about women in the tech industry and the workplace is nothing new. It’s been ongoing for decades, but we’ve made a good deal of progress overall. However, we still have a lot of problems encouraging diversity in tech.
Over the decade, organizations have used hackathons to find code-enabled solutions for everything. It’s now hard to identify a field where a hack day hasn’t been utilized to solve one problem or another. A hackathon is a hacking marathon: a collaborative computer programming event in which a group works under a tight deadline to find software or programming approaches to real-world problems.
To help mark today as International Woman’s Day, the CBT crew is celebrating selected female programmers from all over Africa. These ladies are at the top of their game and leading the coding frontier in Africa. Let’s learn more!