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Founder and CEO, Andela; Co-Founder, 2U
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Ignore those Ivy League credentials and focus on what counts: diversity, cultural fit and mental horsepower.
It takes more than just technical skills to move up the ranks as a software developer.
Technology, often applied by inspired entrepreneurs, is disrupting how people of all ages receive the training everyone needs to thrive.
There is a world full of skilled people seeking jobs but hiring someone who will never come to the office is well outside the comfort zone of many employers.
The shortage of workers trained for jobs in the digital economy and sophisticated manufacturing is costly for companies and vexing for the unemployed.
With expanding Internet access, dedicated tech hubs and a young, fast-growing population, Africa is poised for growth.
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