The terminology “tech” seems to be an ambiguous one. Most times, it is misinterpreted and oftentimes, defined by the word – coding.
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A lot of people have come to the conclusion that their place can’t be found in tech as a result of the outlook of things—it looks broad and versatile from within. The tech ecosystem is wide; but with the advent of new technologies, like Microsoft, it’s become wide enough to accommodate everyone—whether skilled or unskilled in the field.
Tabitha Hris is the Pioneer of Hriscare Foundation, co-founder at GoVirtual Africa, the Northern Coordinator of the Microsoft Community in Nigeria and today’s guest on the podcast. She will be taking us through her journey and providing us with insights on how people can be trained in tech.
“Coding is not that crazy! You don’t need to be a coder or programmer. All you need to do is define what you want, how you want it and with that, you can find your place”, Tabitha Hris said.