At 14, Divine Edeh is already a software engineer, getting clients from home and abroad, and hoping to do more with the skills she has.
In our conversation with Divine Edeh, she tells us how COVID-19 was the enabler to her knowledge of the tech space and the skills she got.
They told us to go home indefinitely. I called my brother and told him I was bored. He told me to pick a course and he will pay for it.Divine Edeh
For her, the blockchain space is the most exciting for her.
Web3 is the most exciting thing on the blockchain space.
Edeh has been to a hackathon, where she got 100,000 naira, “which I used to pay for my school fees for that term.”
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The software engineer has learnt languages like python, react, etc.
She is not that tech bro who makes all the money available, but she aims to build and keep building.
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