Kutlwano Tshatiwa is a South African self-taught programmer. Tshatiwa’s inventive ingenuity is unbelievable, which has resulted within the growth of 9 apps.
A local of South Africa’s North West province, he began studying coding on the age of 13.
“Once I was 13 years outdated I made a decision to study programming languages and I developed my first app on the age of 14,” Briefly quoted him.
Tshatiwa mentioned to develop apps one must get the fundamentals for programming languages citing C, Java, and Python as examples.
“I didn’t have a laptop computer to
code in. So I downloaded apps and began coding on my telephone,” he mentioned
after intensive studying
Impressed by Thomas Suarez, a developer who created his first app when he was 12 years outdated, the primary app Tshatiwa developed was known as Flashlight.
“My favourite one was
an app I termed DR Tumi. It’s an app that I transformed DR Tumi’s web site
into,” he mentioned.
Tshatiwa is studying tips on how to
develop actuality apps and has his sights set on creating social media apps such
as Fb sooner or later.
Tshatiwa was a participant within the Eskom Expo ISF 2019, the place he gained the extremely counseled mission award, based on Briefly.
Tshatiwa’s newest creation is an app that aids children hone their arithmetic expertise.
“I now have developed an Android software which helps learners apply maths, it’s some form of a quiz software, and I developed in solely three weeks utilizing C# programming language,” mentioned Tshatiwa who’s additionally a recipient of gold and bronze medals on the ranges beneath the ISF.
In the meantime, Ghanaian digital Techpreneur, Ivy Barley, has joined tech-giant, Microsoft as a Program Supervisor.
Barley is a social entrepreneur who’s shaping a world the place extra
African ladies might be daring sufficient to steer in Science, Know-how, Engineering
and Maths (STEM) fields.
“I’m glad to be a part of
Microsoft, an organization that’s main technological development globally. I’m
much more proud to be related to an organization that loves and helps the
work we do at Devinvogue. That is actually ‘Come as you’re, do what you’re keen on’,”
she wrote on Twitter.
Barley discovered coding all
by herself and risen to turn out to be one of many younger feminine Africans altering the
narrative a couple of male-dominated tech trade.
She believes she has the
potential to make a big impression in Africa.
A holder of an MPhil in
Mathematical Statistics and a Bachelor’s Diploma in Actuarial Science Barley
turned the second Ghanaian technologist to affix Microsoft after Edem Kumodzi who had earlier joined
Microsoft as Program Supervisor.
Barley is the co-founder
and CEO of “Developers
in Vogue“, a corporation serving to ladies embrace the digital expertise
trade by coaching and equipping 1000’s of ladies in Africa with digital expertise.