As the emergence of the Fourth Industrial Revolution becomes imminent and the proliferation of African tech startups also continues to increase, digital transformation becomes inevitable. The Africa Blockchain Developer’s Call Series, in collaboration with the Africa Blockchain Institute as well as numerous blockchain associations and technology centers across Africa, is delighted to announce its partnership with AfrikaTech.Of all the industrial revolutions the globe has had known, the impending fourth industrial revolution may well be the only one in which Africa has ample opportunity to participate, to decide what will be consumed by its technological markets and to locally design the required solution (s). However, there is a high probability that if the low existence of local content persists in the African tech space, this opportunity could be left hanging in The ABDC series, alongside a host of other African blockchain companies and technological hubs, seeks to train local African developers, for 3 months, in order to effectively prepare them for the booming technological labor market on the continent. The program will include insightful panel discussions, speeches from highly revered tech professionals, panel discussions with stakeholders, and presentations from African developers. With this initiative, an accelerated digital transformation is hoped for.The partners of this project also include the United Africa Blockchain Association, the Blockchain Nigeria User Group, the Cameroon Blockchain Association, Pesabase in Kenya, Jelurida Swiss SA, Cabotec Solutions and many resource people world class. Applications will be declared open on August 15, for junior, front-end, UI / UX and backend developers to submit applications for a chance to be selected for the 3-month remote Pan-African bootcamp. The program presents an invaluable opportunity for developers. African developers to build strong relationships, engage with relevant stakeholders in the African tech space and acquire the skills needed to dominate the tech market. It’s a program that promises to be insightful. For more information on partnership and sponsorship opportunities, contact the Africa Blockchain Developer’s Call (ABDC) at and visit www.abdcseries for more general updates.


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(With the image attached) We are delighted to partner with @AbdCseries on the launch of the ABDC Bootcamp which is a Pan-African initiative targeted at training and grooming African developers and equipping them with the requisite skills to compete effectively in the African tech labor market.

We are delighted to partner with @AbdCseries for the launch of the ABDC Bootcamp, a pan-African initiative to train and prepare African developers and equip them with the skills required to compete in the African tech labor market.


The African Blockchain Developers Call (@AbdCseries) has officially launched the first series of the ABDC Bootcamp, which is proudly supported by AfrikaTech. The ABDC Bootcamp is targeted at grooming African developers. (insert link to the article on the website).

The African Blockchain Developers Call (@AbdCseries) has officially launched the first round of the ABDC Bootcamp which is proudly supported by AfrikaTech. The ABDC Bootcamp is for African developers


We are delighted to partner with the Africa Blockchain Developer’s Call (ABDC) for the launch of the ABDC Bootcamp, a pan-African initiative which is targeted at accelerating digital transformation in Africa by training African developers on the deployment of DLT-based solutions. (link to the article on AfrikaTech’s website).


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CEO AfrikaTech

Comme beaucoup de personnes j’ai connu l’Afrique à travers des stéréotypes : l’Afrique est pauvre, il y a la guerre, famine… Je suis devenu entrepreneur pour briser ces clichés et participer à la construction du continent. J’ai lancé plusieurs entreprises dont Kareea (Formation et développement web), Tutorys (Plate-forme de e-learning), AfrikanFunding (Plate-forme de crowdfunding). Après un échec sur ma startup Tutorys, à cause d’une mauvaise exécution Business, un manque de réseau, pas de mentor, je suis parti 6 mois en immersion dans l’écosystème Tech au Sénégal. J’ai rencontré de nombreux entrepreneurs passionnés, talentueux et déterminés. A mon retour sur Paris je décide de raconter leur histoire en créant le média AfrikaTech. L'objectif est de soutenir les entrepreneurs qui se battent quotidiennement en Afrique en leur offrant la visibilité, les connaissances, le réseautage et les capitaux nécessaires pour réussir. L'Afrique de demain se construit aujourd'hui ensemble. Rejoignez-nous ! LinkedIn:

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