Microsoft, Wollo & Tulane University Opens App-Factory Academy

Wollo University in collaboration with Tulane University, Center for Global Health Equity and Microsoft-4Afrika has developed an innovative App-Factory Academy for young professionals to enroll and develop critical skills needed to innovate and maintain application software systems (e-health and m-health). This program is intended for highly motivated individuals that have successfully completed their undergraduate level studies from Wollo University in the last three years in computer science, information technology, information systems, software engineering, computer engineering, electrical engineering or related fields. Female candidates and those individuals who are familiar with Microsoft software development environments are encouraged. Selected candidates for the App-Factory Academy will be provided with professional mentorship, introduced to new technologies and undertake projects for six months in order to gain knowledge, skills and techniques essential to develop/maintain real-life applications in the heath sector.



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