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I Will Get There

It is always a very significant turn in life when you have to choose the career path that you want to focus on. This is because your choice can either […]

Tech Career Day

We partnered with eSkills4Girls and NIIT to celebrate International Girls in ICT Day. The girls worked in groups to research and present on various career opportunities in the tech industry. […]

Ask Me Anything with Chiamaka

Ask Me Anything are physical mentorship sessions for women who are interested in taking up careers in the tech industry. During this session, they meet industry experts to ask questions […]

Turn Left — A Programmer! Turn Right — A Programmer!

In a random catching-up conversation with one of my best friends, she mentioned that she had discovered a new interest — programming — and that, she had just applied for a scholarship opportunity for […]

First-Time Blockchain Developer

Although team Blockcare did not emerge as a winner for the Hacklab Annual Hackathon 2019, my very first trip to Kumasi will always be a noteworthy one because my team […]

Her Journey: Career Development for the 21st Century Woman

Tertiary students studying their respective programs are known to be overwhelmed by the fuss and confusion about the careers to pursue after school. This has been very prominent with ladies […]

Wonder Women of Wiki

Quick exercise: What is the first thing you think of when you want to know something? If you are a child of this digital age (or an acolyte from the […]

When Python Became My First Language

My heart is home now; I have fallen in love with coding. There is this feeling of satisfaction you get when you think hard and write what most would read […]

Love JavaScript Challenge

The month of love is over. Some of us celebrated the valentines, some didn’t. At Developers in Vogue, we decided to show love in the best way we know how. A […]

How I spent International Day for Women in Science ~ Deborah

How do young girls consider career paths in Science when there are so few female role models to look up to? It is to this effect that the United Nations […]

My Journey to MEST

In May 2017, I “graduated” from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST). I did not show up for the graduation ceremony. Partly because my time there was […]

Hackathon Diaries: Participating in and Winning a Hackathon.

Female, Intermediate programmer and a 48-Hour-Hackathon don’t exactly sound like the best combination. Ever participated in anything like this? I trust not! Let’s take a dive into what it was […]

Why You Need to Learn Algorithms

This was originally posted on Roberta’s Medium: If you are interested in starting programming, the best way is to start from the basics just as when you are learning something […]

What It Means To Be an Ashoka Changemaker

Ashoka ChangemakerXchange organized a four day power packed seminar on Co-creation, Innovation and Collaboration in Africa. Created purposefully to bring Social Entrepreneurs from across the world together, the seminar fostered […]

My QodeHub Internship Experience – Nora

Technology has always intrigued me, setting my thoughts in spirals of how’s and why’s. The opportunity to intern at QodeHub kept this fiery love and passion for technology burning. Working […]

Combining my passion for Coding and Medicine – Esmie

I am bold, strong and confident. When I look at something and I really want it, I go for it. I always want to step out of my comfort zone. […]

First Time At A Hackathon Doesn’t Sound So Sexy, Right?

Have you ever participated in a 48-HOUR-Hackathon as a newbie programmer and a female? I think not. Learning how to code for the first time in January, if anyone had […]

My Journey Into Data Science

This post is by Mary Jonah, one of the active members of our Data Science Community. Before the 8th of August 2015, I had heard of big data, data science […]

A Time to Give!

“To move forward, you have to give back” – Oprah Winfrey Our desire to give back to society was enough reason to get us journeying about an hour and 45 […]

Why You Should Join the DiV Sisterhood

Before Developers in Vogue (DiV), I knew nothing about coding. DiV introduced me to their world of coding and the exciting part is that we’re a sisterhood. So during the […]

My Experience At ForLoop Hackathon

I had the opportunity to participate in my first hackathon organized by ForLoop Ghana. I worked with four guys so happened to be the only female on the team. We […]

Why Do We Need More Women In Tech?

Is it really necessary to encourage more women to take up careers in technology? During our Python bootcamp with iSpace and Python Ghana, we asked the ladies why they have […]

How African Parents Kill Creativity in Children

“What do you mean by you have plans of becoming a dancer after your final exam?!” My uncle Kofi exclaimed with his crooked glasses on his nose and a stoic […]

My Experience as a Coding Judge

Some weeks ago, I had the opportunity to be a Judge for the #Code4Girls competition organized by HapaSpace for Senior High School students to build websites using HTML and CSS. […]

Is Artificial Intelligence a Danger?

This article was originally published on Business Jug by Jamila, one of our ladies: Many argue that Artificial Intelligence (AI) is humanity’s biggest threat. This has generated a growing fear on the […]

Is My Phobia For People Gone?

Going to Legacy Girls was going to be a ‘breakthrough’ for me personally as I had a phobia of leading others even if it was for a second. We arrived at […]

We Speak Python. You?

Python is a programming language that is gaining great interest all over the world. However, this popularity is mainly prevalent among males than females. To change this statistic, Developers in […]

Youth, Let’s Create The Future (YouthLab)

The aim of the AU-EU YouthLab was to bring together the best ideas of young, digital innovators and entrepreneurs from Africa and Europe and to jointly develop a set of concrete recommendations […]

Taking Technology to Girls in the Zongo Communities

Young African Leaders’ Initiative (YALI) in collaboration with Developers in Vogue organized a Digital Skills for Africa Training at the Asawasi Training Centre, Kumasi. The training which was dubbed ‘Zongo Girls […]

YouthLab Challenge

The German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development is hosting the YouthLab to have young people tell their hopes and expectations for a digital future in tech in Africa and Europe. The aim […]

Our waste management app won the Devless hackathon!

Devless in collaboration with Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology (MEST) organized a 2-day hackathon which brought together developers, individuals, students and business professionals to brainstorm and develop creative tech solutions […]

Software Freedom Day

Software Freedom Day was organized by Linux Accra User Group under the theme: “Open Source for Sustainable Job Creation and Cyber Security”. This program was graced by the Deputy Minister […]

From Newbies to Tutors – Code4Girls

Developers In Vogue partnered with HapaSpace to teach senior high school students how to code under the Google CS4HS programme. We were very excited to be a part of this initiative […]

How To Be A Winning Woman In STEM

A female who has advanced in STEM is worth celebrating. As a woman in STEM, how do you stay winning? Check out some few tips that will always put you on […]

Why they think I can’t make it in STEM – Science, Technology Engineering and Mathematics

As a woman in STEM – and a proud one, am I not tired of hearing the thousand and one reasons why society thinks I can’t make it in the […]

Volunteering With Hacklab

In less than a month of joining Developers In Vogue, Hilda is already teaching children how code: “A summer camp environment may allow children to learn new skills in a […]

Ghana’s Women In Tech

Meltwater Entrepreneurial School Of Technology (MEST) organized Ghana’s Women In Tech – an event to celebrate the achievements of the Ghanaian women in the tech ecosystem and also to discuss […]

Innovation Prize For Africa

The Innovation Prize For Africa (IPA) was initiated to support African innovators by unlocking their potential and catalyzing the African innovation spirit, promoting home-grown solutions to Africa’s prosperity. Our ladies […]

Jamila Was At The Open Data Conference

I had the opportunity to attend the Africa Open Data Conference (AODC), 2017 in Accra from the 17th to 21st of July. The AODC is a conference that features participants […]

Ghanaian Woman Creates New Mode Of Training Females In STEM

This article was originally published in the Daily Graphic. A Ghanaian entrepreneur Miss Ivy Barley, 26, has created a new mode of training females in science, technology, engineering and mathematics […]

The Power Of Our Abilities In Creation – DIV Exhibition

Even though invention and innovation both refer to the introduction of something new, they differ in the fields of business and technology. While invention involves creating something completely new, innovation […]

Computer Scientists Are The Magicians Of Tomorrow – Dr. Ayorkor Korsah

“Try not to be afraid of challenges. Don’t always opt for the easy path. Sometimes, the harder path is more rewarding.”~Dr. Ayorkor Korsah.

A Day With Edem Kumodzi Of Andela

“Good things come to people who wait, but better things come to those who go out and get them.” Are we ready to go the extra mile to solve problems […]

Developers In Vogue + Girls Talk London

During our boot camp, Vanessa Sanyauke, founder and CEO of Girls Talk London visited the ladies. Girls Talk London is an organization that connects women with senior leaders in FTSE […]

Coded Lessons

I’m only about a month and two weeks into the game, but I already feel like that strength-sapping, mind-boggling, and demotivating search for a defined career path is almost over. […]

Our Partnership With BlueCrest College

On 1st June,2017, an initiative that seeks to train young African women in the latest technologies and

Growing Business Together – An Initiative By The Netherlands Embassy

Developers In Vogue was one of the 20 startups selected to be part of Growing Business Together.

We Were In The News!

This article was originally published in The Business and Financial Times A young Ghanaian lady, Ivy Barley, emerged tops in the prestigious ‘E-Skills for Girls Competition,’ an initiative of the German […]

#eSkills4Girls Challenge Winners

The German government under its G20 presidency in 2017 launched the initiative #eSkills4Girls, which included several activities initiated by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation

Ghana Youth Social Entrepreneurship (GYSEC) Winners

Gone are the days when technology was tagged as ‘something for boys’. Good news is, there is a sudden spring up of organizations ready to create a gender balance in […]

Her Future Africa Demo Day

Her Future Africa seeks to equip young African women to innovate the future. They provide world-class entrepreneurship training, networks and mentorship to young women across Africa,