Amadou Daffe

Amadou Daffe is the Co-Founder of Coders4Africa, a non-profit organization founded in 2010. Coders4Africa’s mission is to create and support a Pan-African community of competent, internationally certified IT professionals focused on developing IT tools for African Agriculture, Business, Education, Health Care, Government and Communities.

Since January 2010, Coders4Africa, using Training, bootcamps, workshops, conferences, and other initiatives in multiple African countries, has built a community of over 1000 IT professionals as C4A members from all over Africa. This community is already working on an initial set of open source solutions that respond to local African problems.

Amadou is originally from Senegal, but educated in the USA. He has a Bachelor Degree in Computer Science and Masters In Management Information systems. He is a Software Architect with a decade of software engineering and enterprise application development experience, as well as extensive experience in the financial, retail, software and legal industries. Amadou and the other Co-Founders form a team with deep experience in the software engineering and development field as well as a deep understanding of the culture and needs of the African IT professionals they serve.

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