The platform was launched on the 2nd of January, 2017 by Olalekan Animashaun, (Founder & CTO), Emmanuel Torty, (Business & Partnership lead) and Enitan Timothy (Content & Strategy lead).
With the platform, the Codefond founders seek to contribute their own quota towards technological advancement in Nigeria, by educating their learners from the basics and helping them have fun while at it.
A technical foundation is laid on the platform for learners to build on”
The internet is already flooded with similar platforms that enhance programming knowledge. But to serve a population of above 100 million, initiatives like this cannot be excessive. However, the Codefond founding team has to go beyond words to prove their worth amidst the avalanche of similar platforms hustling for the attention of users.
If you are a coding enthusiast, you could try your fingers around Codefond’s playground.
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