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Software Development Coach. Sharing useful tips on Web Development 🌍, Making Money Online💰and Getting a Remote Job💙 to make your DEVELOP

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Kampala, Uganda
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About Me

I started coding way back in 2006 when I was in High school. My career took more than 6 years to grow because I didn't have a computer and access to affordable internet. Neither did I have mentors.

I had a 9 months stint at an institute to acquire a diploma in Software Programming. This is where I was introduced to Java, VB, C and C++ before we did exams. Unfortunately failure to clear tuition didn't give me a chance to be awarded my diploma.

I couldn't even get it later because the school had closed before I went to clear the tuition.

To gain experience while learning coding I got a job at a secretarial bureau, and several Internet cafes before I co-found a private limited company. To date, I have co-found three companies in the IT industry.

In 2017, I achieved a Nano degree in Android Basics by Udacity under the Google Africa Scholarship.

I work with the MERN Stack.

My preferred Software Architectures are Micro-service and Serverless. I'm flawless in Functional and OOP programming paradigms.

I use Firebase and PHP/WordPress.

I coach Newbies to help them kickstart their Software Development careers.

I'm regularly creating content about Firebase, Supabase, MongoDB, JavaScript, ReactJS, ReactNative, PHP, HTML and CSS.

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