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#66: “How Non-Fiction Made Me a Coder” with Divine Odazie of HackMamba.io | Educative Sessions

June 18, 2021

Divine Odazie started learning to code during his gap year before university, but Learning to code wasn’t rosy for Divine, from using a laptop that lasted 30 minutes without power to keeping late nights to access cheap internet. Stuck in tutorial hell for a year, he tried product management instead.

While writing non-fiction articles, Divine saw the need to write on problems he faced while building projects. Since then, it has been an awesome learning experience for him.

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Divine Odazie is currently a software engineer and technical writer who spends his days’ building software and writing about it. Aside from the world of software, he enjoys watching football (soccer), listening to good music, traveling and having fun in his own way.

Divine is a frequent contributor to Edpresso, powered by Educative. Learn more about this vibrant community of software developers at https://educative.io/edpresso.

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