Mark Zuckerberg misses his coding days

While the 32-year-old billionaire tech CEO was visiting Nigeria this week, he spoke publicly about how he applied his engineering mindset to help build Facebook (FB, Tech30), a company that’s now worth north of $360 billion. But he also admitted giving up coding to manage his company was “a little sad”.

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Girls learn science in defiance of Boko Haram

A female electronics engineer in Nigeria is defying Boko Haram in the region, by encouraging girls to pursue careers in science and technology.

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Tech geeks to the rescue as Lagos finds its digital saviors

In Nigeria, a country with some 180 million people and many more electronic gadgets, when a tech issue strikes, most people will generally get their devices fixed at informal market stalls.


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US, Nigeria Swap Intel in Hunt for Missing Girls

The U.S. military worked out a deal with Nigeria to share intelligence in the search for the kidnapped girls.,U.S. Africa Command has reached deal with the Nigerian military for sharing intelligence gleaned from surveillance by American spy aircraft in the hunt for the schoolgirls abducted by Boko Haram.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2014/05/19/us-nigeria-swap-intel-in-hunt-for-missing-girls/

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