Joshua Agboola, a 14-year-old tech prodigy from Nigeria, has made history as Africa’s youngest Amazon Web Services developer associate. Despite his tender age, Joshua’s exceptional skills and talent have earned him this prestigious title.
Impressively, at just 11 years old, Joshua emerged victorious in the highly competitive MTN MPulse hackathon, surpassing 600 other participants. His groundbreaking creation, the Kagukar Study Buddie app, designed specifically for homeschooling, impressed the judges and secured his well-deserved victory.
Joshua’s journey into the world of coding began at the remarkable age of 6. Since then, he has dedicated countless hours to honing his coding abilities and expanding his knowledge in the field. His passion for technology and his unwavering determination have propelled him to achieve remarkable feats at such a young age.
As Africa’s youngest Amazon Web Services developer associate, Joshua serves as an inspiration to aspiring young tech enthusiasts across the continent. His incredible achievements highlight the limitless potential that lies within Africa’s youth and the importance of nurturing and supporting their talents.
Nigeria’s 14-year-old Tech Genius, Joshua Agboola is Africa’s youngest Amazon Web Services developer associate.
At age 11, he beat 600 contestants to win the MTN MPulse hackathon with his homeschooling app, Kagukar Study Buddie.
He started learning how to code at the age of 6. pic.twitter.com/v2HQyH9qJ2
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With his groundbreaking accomplishments, Joshua Agboola has undoubtedly cemented his place as a trailblazer in the tech industry, setting a new standard for young African developers. As he continues to grow and evolve, it is certain that his contributions will shape the future of technology not only in Nigeria but across the entire African continent.