The Digital Explorers experience is a revealing adventure about what can be achieved if we rub our minds together. I look forward to using my Java problem solving abilities and acquiring world class knowledge from top notch engineering minds. I have great expectations for the programme.
Kennedy John Ibeh, Nigeria
Java Developer at Telesoftas
"Digital Explorers programme is adventurous and promises to be more exciting, educating and rewarding along the way"
I have years of experience as a backend engineer working with Java/Spring and Python/ Flask technology. I believe my skills will be a great asset to the company and I hope to open new horizons by learning about emerging technologies.
Emmanuel Olayinka, Nigeria
Developer at Ruptela
"A totally unexpected connection"
Having prior work experience in software testing in Nigeria, I intend to contribute in delivering quality products that meet client needs with my unique perspective. I also expect to get even better at my craft to be able to give back to the Nigerian ecosystem.
Amarachi Nzekwe, Nigeria
Quality Assurance Specialist at iTo
"Supercharging my skill set"
I'm a software architect with a penchant for building highly maintainable systems, I expect to supercharge my skills in this digital exploration and to make meaningful connections with other bright minds in this cohort.
Mofesola Banjo, Nigeria
PHP Developer at iTo
"Getting an offer was a cherry on top of an already excellent sundae"
I’m a front end developer who specializes in building scalable, accessible and aesthetically-pleasing websites, heavily dedicated to diversity and intersectional initiatives. I will apply these particular skills and do my best to make an impact during my time in Lithuania. I expect to learn and grow while connecting with people from a different cultural background as well as explore all opportunities awaiting. I’m so thrilled to be embarking on this journey and know it’s going to be even more amazing going forward.
Jemima Abu, Nigeria
"Digital Explorers programme is purpose-driven"
With solid background in Java and PhP, I am looking forward to a fun and learning-filled year in Lithuania. Being someone who has worked outside Nigeria in the past, it will be easy for me to adapt to the local culture and grow in using ICT for complex business and social problems back in Nigeria and around the world.
John Ojetunde, Nigeria
Java Developer at Telesoftas
"I want to be energized"
Godsman Omeire, Nigeria
"I expect to be impressed by the work culture in Lithuania"
Most of my software development experience is on the backend with lots of internal and third party integrations and business logic. I also have experience in using C# .NET, Java Spring framework and NodeJS for building systems, all of great value to any organization whether in Nigeria or Lithuania.
I expect to be impressed by the work culture in Lithuania and really hope that I would be able to attend an EDM rave in Europe during my digital journey (that is my favorite genre of music).
Hafiz Adewuyi, Nigeria
Senior Software Engineer at TransUnion
"I want to learn and grow as much as possible"
I am attentive to details, able to think through problems and break them into pieces. I’ll be using these skills to build powerful ICT solutions once in Lithuania. My expectations? Hmmmm… I want to learn and grow as much as possible, nurture new unexpected connections and also make a positive impact on people around me.
Itunu Adekoya, Nigeria
Front-End Developer at Ruptela
"Further exploring delivery agility, product usability, data analysis, service scalability and interesting ROI stories"
I believe technology is a proof that different peoples, cultures, languages and histories can connect on 1 universal viewpoint. I'm here to make and experience this uncommon connection between Lithuania and Nigeria and further explore delivery agility, product usability, data analysis, service scalability and interesting ROI stories.
Dayo Okesola, Nigeria
Developer at NRD Systems
"I can't wait to learn from Lithuanian Software Industry and return to Nigeria to contribute to our tech"
I am a Mobile and Web Applications Developer, working with Xamarin Framework for mobile development and ASP.Net Core for Web Development. I am going to be applying my deep knowledge of these frameworks to contribute to software teams at NRD Systems. I look forward to challenging myself and delivering solutions for both Lithuanian and international markets.
Vincent Nwonah, Nigeria
Junior Software Developer at NRD Systems
"Digital Explorers programme is incredible"
I have a background in Python for Data Science and SQL. I am interested in further exploring Big Data, solving real world problems and adding value to businesses both in Nigeria and Lithuania.
Adaugo Okafor, Nigeria
Data Scientist at Beyond Analysis
"Digital Explorers is every developer's dream, I am glad I am living it"
Having badged a computer science degree, I have a strong background knowledge of software engineering. In Lithuania, I believe my pool of experiences in backend and mobile development will be a stepping stone to learning a new and more advanced technology.
Adedamola Ajewole, Nigeria
Android Developer at iTo
"The journey takes you as far as you’re willing to go"
I hope to add immense value to my perfect Lithuanian tech match, while improving my knowledge of current technology and building strong networks. I would like to leave Beyond analysis a better place and to give back to my country Nigeria, which has already given me so much.
Ajibola Ladoja, Nigeria
Data Scientist at Beyond Analysis
"Digital Explorers is an interesting partnership connecting ICT experts on a global scale"
With a Data Scientist background, I look forward to contributing to data community in Lithuania, expect to build skills in project and human management and leverage on Artificial Intelligence to make the world a better place.
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