17 Jun '13, 11pm

New blog post about a great cause: Help build Nairobi Dev School!

On the Tracker team, I love hearing great stories about our users and the things they are able to accomplish using agile methodologies and collaboration. I’m also a woman in tech and have a keen interest in supporting other women as well as other diverse groups who work persistently to reach their goals in tech. One story I’ve been following lately is the story of Tracker user Martha Chumo and her teammates. After raising funds, Martha was set to attend this summer’s Hacker school in New York. Unfortunately she was denied a visa by her home country, curtailing her original plans. It’s very easy when facing something beyond your own control to give up or to become discouraged. Martha, however, was able to completely turn the tables on this setback by looking towards her own community and reaching for collaboration. Today, Martha, along with teammates Njeri and Shiko are mak...

Full article: http://pivotallabs.com/tracking-nairobi-dev-camp/

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