Sohail Nakhooda

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On February 10-13, 2019, the founder and director of Code on the Road (COR) Aya Burweila and COR AEIF project adviser Raja Nayed for “Empowering Migrant Women and Girls Through Business Entrepreneurship and Software Training”, attended the conference and workshop by the Afro-Asian Union for International Law & Dispute Settlement on “National and International Leadership...
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Athens, Greece has been named the 2018 European Capital of Innovation for the innovative ways in which it has overcome social and economic challenges and turned them into new opportunities. The €1 million iCapital first prize was announced at the Web Summit in Lisbon, Portugal on 6 November, with five other European cities receiving runner-up...
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I passionately believe that being entrepreneurial isn’t about starting a company, it is a state of mind. You can be entrepreneurial in everything you do. Everyone has the capacity to dream big, be intellectually curious and solve problems. That is why entrepreneurship is a driving principal for our business and Foundation.
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According to the survey Freelancing in America 2018, released Wednesday, freelancers put more value on skills training: 93 percent of freelancers with a four-year college degree say skills training was useful versus only 79 percent who say their college education was useful to the work they do now.
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Samaira Mehta is a 10-year-old girl growing up in Silicon Valley who has quietly attracted an almost cult-like following because of her work as a programmer.
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Since 1901, when the Nobel Prize in Chemistry was first awarded, 177 people have captured the honor. On Wednesday, Frances H. Arnold became only the fifth woman to be awarded the prize. Dr. Arnold, 62, an American professor of chemical engineering, bioengineering and biochemistry at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, earned the award...
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One of the UK's leading female astronomers is to donate her £2.3m winnings from a major science prize she was awarded. The sum will go to fund women, under-represented ethnic minority and refugee students to become physics researchers. Prof Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell has been awarded a Breakthrough Prize for the discovery of radio pulsars.
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I am Bayan, a girl from Homs city. From childhood, I have been interested in computer science and my dream was to specialize in Computer Engineering after graduating from high school. Unfortunately, I did not obtain a high school score high enough to join the Faculty of Informatics.
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Have you ever wondered why programming is seen as a man’s game? Where are all the women software developers hiding? Marianna Budnikova is a software engineer at Microsoft. Back when she was in college, she set upon a quest to find out why there are so few women in tech. In this talk, Marianna shares...
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Sandy Carter, IBM’s worldwide General Manager of Ecosystem Development and Social Business, is considered amongst the top ten women leaders in tech today. In a recent conversation with YourStory, she quoted a survey, which found there are three times as many women developers in India than in the United States. “There is a lot of passion and energy...
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