There is no doubt that She Code Africa has always celebrated women in different ways. However, this month, we decided to do something different. We are going down the history lane to celebrate women who have made impacts and changes in the world as we would have known it.
March is known to be the women’s history month, a month dedicated to celebrating women around the world and appreciating them specially for being the amazing people that they are. …
Slack Chat with Ibifubara Davies ( Psychologist and Psychotherapist)
Ibifubara Davies is a psychologist and psychotherapist at NunguHealth, where she provides mental healthcare for people between ages eleven to forty-five. She helps people find balance in their lives, and deal with whatever difficult situations they may be going through.
In this chat, she talks about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and shares with us, how people can deal with it. Let’s dive in.
She Code Africa: Hi Ibifubara, it’s nice to have you here. Can you tell us a fun fact about you?
Ibifubara Davies: Fun fact about me, I like…
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Bukola builds financial cloud services and applications as a software engineer at Interswitch.
Bukola explained Cloud Computing as delivering computing services (servers, software, and databases) over the internet. The cloud computing stack includes Infrastructure As A Service (Iaas), Platform As A Service (Paas), and Software As A Service (Saas).
When I first thought of writing this, I asked myself why? “What exactly are you trying to achieve with this?” I didn’t have an answer, but I started writing it anyway. It was almost when I was done writing that I figured out an answer.
I’m writing this as a way to remind myself in the future of how tough this year was, and how hope and gratitude are all I feel as the year comes to an end.
Hope, because I really hope that this pandemic and everything it came with goes away soon, and gratitude because despite everything…
Fetch API is one word that i have always heard being thrown around. If you have never had to work with it or do not even know what it means, it seems like something big, something we cannot relate to, or even something extremely difficult. Oh well, that’s not true and i’m here to tell you that.
Let’s start with what APIs mean.
According to Wikipedia, an application programming interface (API) is a computing interface which defines interactions between multiple software intermediaries.
Fetch on the other hand is a way to retrieve remote data inside your web page using the…
When we speak of Object-Oriented Programming, there is a very high probability that encapsulation will be mentioned. This is not mere coincidence because encapsulation is one of the four principles of object-oriented programming, alongside abstraction, inheritance, and polymorphism.
To know what encapsulation means, we need to understand why there is a need for it in the first place.
In our daily lives, we come across various examples of encapsulation. In the pills we take, the appliances we use and more. Let’s shed more light on the pills example. According to the oxford dictionary, encapsulation means ‘the action of enclosing something…
There are hundreds of Git tutorials out there; each explaining various aspects of Git, and how to use them. Why then am I creating another one?
The answer to this is that I simply want to explain Git in a fun and easy to relate manner. This post does not promise to cover everything there is to know about git, else we would end up reading for a really long time.
Now that i have answered that question, let us dive into the wonderful world of Git.
Git is an amazing tool. Very amazing, I must say.
When I first…
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