They presented their projects one after the other to a thunderous applause from the wowed audience. The following applications were presented:
Debate Naija by Afeh : An application that allows users express their opinions and get reactions and comments from other users either in support or opposition.
Grassroot Support by Musty : A web application that allows footballers to showcase their talents through pictures and video upload and also build their profile for football teams and agents to ‘head-hunt’ them
Naija Women by Victoria : an online forum where women can discuss issues pertaining to them.
Cohort by Akugbe: a team collaboration platform.
Parkland Records by Tega : an online application where artistes can showcase their products with a market place for the selling of the same.
The day was graced with the presence of one of the Software development companies in Lagos, Dipole Diamond Limited that engaged the trio of Afeh, Akugbe and Musty immediately after the presentation to commence their recruitment process.
Application is now open for new intakes into our next bootcamp, apply on http://www.moatacademy.com/signup/apply/ before April 24, 2018 to be part of our next cohort. Training starts on April 30, 2018
Successful Applicants will be adequately trained to be able to handle the following responsibilities as a full stack software developer:
Server Side Programming: MySQL Database modeling and handling, PHP Programming using OOP and Framework, AJAX technologies
Yes, once again Moat Academy has delivered value to the system and looking forward to a brighter future for all the graduands.
Companies interested to hire Moat Academy’s graduands are also welcome to send an e-mail to [email protected] or call 07012621235
Kudos to the Team!
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