Ayodele is the CEO and Cofounder of PneumaHealth. A digital health company redesigning healthcare for everyone through a patient centric, relationship based and technology empowered care delivery model. At PneumaCare, he is responsible for leading product and business development efforts of the company whilst helping to develop a patient centric culture across the organization.
Prior to running PneumaCare, Ayodele has worked with highly rated local and international organizations such as Nigeria Centre for Disease Control, eHealth Africa, World Health Organization and University of the California Los Angeles (UCLA) in different capacities helping to build capabilities to leverage data and analytics for informed decision making across various health service delivery areas. He is well known for his data analytics and product management expertise which has been demonstrated in the various projects he has worked on in the past.
With Ayodele’s current work at Pneuma, he is driven by a mission to ensure that Africans can live their dreams by being healthy and happy through a redesigned delivery model that ensures quality care is affordable, accessible and equitable.
Check out Pneuma Care at https://pneuma.care.
Developers check out https://www.pneuma.care/developers
Today, we have Foyin Olajide-Bello joining us on the show.
Foyin is a Cloud Consultant with over 12 years of quality work experience. She has deployed and administered Software Projects across various industry verticals which includes Banking, Manufacturing, Education, Health, Oil & Gas and Public Sector.
Having worked directly with professionals in world leading companies like Fujistu (India), KnowledgeLake (US), and DICOM (Germany), she has learnt and has been acquainted with international industry best practices.
Foyin excels in a fast-paced challenging environment, and possesses excellent interpersonal, communication, presentation, negotiation, and problem-solving skills. She has an in-depth knowledge and hands-on experience in Service & Delivery Management.
Foyin has a deep "love" in the Power Platform with wide experience structuring and implementing impactful organizational projects around them. This empowers people to do more with less. She is currently driving an initiative that enables employees discover how the Microsoft's stack (Microsoft Azure + Office 365) comes together to enable the Modern Workplace (post Covid-19 era) while also leading other projects.
She strongly believes in knowledge sharing hence leads an active Power Platform user group in Nigeria. She is also an advocate of women empowerment through Information Technology and has recently founded TechStylers – a community to upskill women. She speaks frequently at technology events and is an active member in similar international groups.
She is @FoyinB on all social platforms, so be sure to follow her. Twitter, LinkedIn.
And if you are a lady, be sure to Join Tech Stylers and follow them.
Join the Tech Stylers Deep Dive Sessions also.
Subscribe to Foyin's Channel and follow the Power Apps 9ja User Group.
Toni a Software Engineer with 6+ years of experience working with a variety of technologies to deliver software solutions for different companies around the world. He is also an avid contributor and maintainer of open-source projects with a strong focus on programming language runtimes and developer tools.
Join us today as we understand what his day looks like as a Software Engineer.
Find him on LinkedIn and Twitter.
Today on the show, we have Sam - my good friend joining us and allowing me dig into his brain to understand what it takes to be a successful developer.
An MVP, MCT, MCSD, Senior Software Engineer, Teacher, Speaker, Technology Advocate, Community Leader, Maker, and early Adopter Samuel has extensive experience and knowledge in most areas of application development.
He has a strong passion and commitment to solving problems, sharing knowledge, and building tech communities. Currently a Co-Organizer for the Accra .NET and Power Platform User Groups. Host a podcast and 3 live stream shows every week.
Sam is on Twitter as @sadranyi and streams on Twitch & YouTube.
Today on the show, I have Abiola Alayande and Taofeek Olalekan join me to share their experience building TREP Labs and Real Drip - an innovative solution solving a global challenge.
Know about Realdrip and how it has been saving lives here.
Abiola comes from Osogbo in Osun State Nigeria and Taofeek from Ibadan, Oyo State Nigeria. Let's hear about their journey into coding to developing solutions that saves lives.
TREP Labs Website: https://treplabs.co
We have Olumide Fakorede with us on today's episode of This Dev Life to discuss Data Influenced Designs for solutions.
Olumide Fakorede is a tech enthusiast with our 5 years of experience in design, software development, data analysis and digital marketing.
Olumide is also a passionate about social entrepreneurship as he currently serves as the Program manager for YALI Network Lagos.
Olumide is an advocate of data driven designs as this increase usability and acceptance of technical products and services.
Overall, he is goal getter and a creative mind with a passion for excellence.
Find him on Instagram as @Lumi_nati and Twitter as @Gidivarian
Today on This Dev Life, we have Japhlet joining us to talk about AI services for developers.
I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
Reach out to Japhlet on Twitter at @japhletnwamu
For developer, get started here: AI for Everyone by AndrewNG and AI by Columbia University
For non-developers, you can get started here: rdre.me/learnAzureAI
Today, we have Peter Ihesie - CEO of Complus Tech and Code360 talk to us on how to proceed on your developer journey just after learning the fundamentals.
Learn more about code360 at code360.com.ng.
Follow Peter on Twitter at @ihesiepeter and on LinkedIn
Oludayo is an experienced Software Engineer with a demonstrated history of working in the Information Technology and Services industry.
He joins us today on This Dev Life to discuss Mobile Application Development with .NET.
YouTube - https://bit.ly/2WVOXwy
Luqman is a proficient and creative WordPress developer with a strong history in website management and development. Experienced in SEO and certified Scrum Master. Expert in all aspects of WordPress website creation, including design, plug-ins, and implementation. Skilled in creating engaging and interactive websites. Excel at team projects and leadership. Detail-oriented and knowledgeable in various programming languages. Dedicated to superior customer service at all levels from the first meeting with a client to the website maintenance after deployment.
Bidemi doesn't come from the traditional computer science background, and she totally believes in hard work. She loves to learn new tech things and teach it to people.
Importantly, the cloud is her new home, and she is passionate about Microsoft technologies
Busayo currently works as a Software Engineer at Zedcrest Capital. Her main stack is .NET Core (C#). The opportunity to learn is particularly attractive to her. In her spare time, she enjoys watching food, makeup and hair transformation videos.
Twitter handle: @AmoweO
LinkedIn: Olubusayo Amowe
Azeez Taiwo is an adept Software Engineer with a demonstrated history of working in the information technology and services industry. Building highly scalable and performance driven systems that delights end users and increase the bottom line is where my passion lies. On today's episode of #thisdevlife, he talks about a tech topic. Listen to hear him on.
You can find him on Twitter at https://twitter.com/zeddysoft and LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/azeeztaiwo/
Azeez Taiwo is an adept Software Engineer with a demonstrated history of working in the information technology and services industry. Building highly scalable and performance driven systems that delights end users and increase the bottom line is where my passion lies. On today's episode of #thisdevlife, he talks about how he spends his days as a developer.
You can find him on Twitter at https://twitter.com/zeddysoft and LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/azeeztaiwo/
Bakare Emmanuel is a DevOps Engineer with effective skills in Containers, Virtualisation and Linux administration. Asides code and work, he is also an abled traveller and enjoys every bit of adventure he comes across on a day-to-day basis. On today's episode of This Dev Life, he talks about one of his favorite tech topics.
Bakare Emmanuel is a DevOps Engineer with effective skills in Containers, Virtualisation and Linux administration. Asides code and work, he is also an abled traveller and enjoys every bit of adventure he comes across on a day-to-day basis. On today's episode of This Dev Life, we talk with him on his typical day.
Elijah is a Software Engineer with a strong background in Computer Science and Mathematics. Skilled in Python, Web Services, Data Science, Database Administration, Linux Systems Administration, Machine Learning and more. On today's episode of This Dev Life, he tells us about GoLang - one of his favorite tech topics.
Elijah is a Software Engineer with a strong background in Computer Science and Mathematics. Skilled in Python, Web Services, Data Science, Database Administration, Linux Systems Administration, Machine Learning and more. On today's episode of This Dev Life, he tells us what his typical day looks like as a developer.
It seems there's a lot going on and a lot to catch up on as the days fly by.
We need to finish this project, that nanodegree, that movie, that video.
Most times, we actually are not slowing down.
What this tends to cost us are numerous.
This is not a show-down. But a talk describing the pros and cons of monoliths vs microservices. When should you use a monolith? When should use adopt the microservices architecture? Let's hear it on this episode of #thisdevlife. You can find him on Twitter as @TheAgbani
We're up on a roll with Lawrence Agbani - a software engineer at Westwing Group in Germany. He shares insights into his daily life as a developer and drops some real nice tips for beginners getting into software development.
You can find him on Twitter as @TheAgbani
Today on the show, we have Taofeek Allison - a Mobile and Web Developer who majors in .NET and GoLang. Let's hear the deep insights he has and tip and tricks he uses in his everyday life as a developer. You can reach out to him on Twitter.
Y'ello. We're up again chatting today with Taiwo Adebayo - an Android Developer at Flutterwave. Taiwo enjoys coding and music. He shares insights into his daily life as a developer on this episode of This Dev Life.
You can find Taiwo on Twitter as @ProfMich.
Today, we have a chat with the amazing Ada Nduka Oyom who is a developer, developer advocate and founder of She Code Africa.
She walks us through what a typical day for her looks like and give tips for productivity.
She's on Twitter and LinkedIn.
Let's paint some scenarios today.
You are a freelance developer who needs to work with the software development team of a particular firm. You realize thier quality of work or processes is not up to standard you expect.
Asked to work on a solution and deliver in time - where you know it is impossible to deliver without failures. Do you promise heaven on earth and deliver rubbish or stay firm and advise the customer of the realities at the risk of loosing the contract?
Have you been feeling lazy? or not so productive? - I have been. Most days these couple of weeks, I've been clueless on what exactly to do. But hey, maybe it's time for me to take some much-needed rest.
The energy I see from a lot of the junior developers I interact with every day amazes me. They have a lot zeal to explore all the worlds of devs as it may be. You can hear one say something like I'm currently using this X-Language to do Y number of stuff and I want to use some AI infused learning to do Z in the Alpha component I built with Delta Framework. That sounds like a lot of gibberish right? But hey, they're making things work out for themselves and learning this and learning that.
Today on This Dev Life, I have a chat with my friend and brother - Matthew on some of the hack that has been helping him as a Software Engineer. He shares his insights and things that keep him going in this journey. Listen and Enjoy.
I still see myself as a developer even as do in my 9-5 where I don't write production code. And I travel a lot (not as much as some other folks but enough to call it a lot). How do I manage my time so I can deliver optimally and not break down?
Let's hear it on this episode of This Dev Life.
One of the perks of being a good developer is you can decide what type of employment to take. When you decide to go remote. What are the things you take to note that shape your professionalism, work-life balance and communication? Let's hear it out on this episode of This Dev Life.
Do you write code sometimes and you're unable to get by a bug for hours, maybe even days? How do you finally solve the problems - if you do. How many nights and hours did you spend on Stack Overflow trying to get the right code to copy and paste.
Let's talk about naughty bugs on this episode of This Dev Life.
Many times when I achieve something as a developer, I feel good for few minutes and then I set back in to do more work. I realize I hardly celebrate my successes. Does this happen to you often? Do you feel sometimes your immediate achievement isn't really worth it. Let's hear it out on this episode.