Africa needs more women computer scientists

Chao Charity Mbogo, Kenya Methodist University In Africa, a continent grappling with many social ills, it’s critical that universities produce more Computer Science graduates. It’s also one that equips students with crucial skills. Computer Science graduates are problem solvers and logical thinkers who can apply their technical expertise in a range of ways – including …

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Mobile phones: new way for African students to learn programming

Chao Charity Mbogo, Kenya Methodist University It’s not easy for Computer Science students at most universities in Africa to practice and develop their programming skills. They have the ability to program, but access to desktop or laptop computers might be a problem. I experienced this first-hand while teaching programming at a Kenyan university. Most African …

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