Day 10 is finally here. This marks the last session of the National Female Pre-Tech Training Program. As usual, the class began with a recap on some subject matters that the trainer had talked about on the subsequent days, this was to ensure that, as much as possible, no participant was left behind.
At this point, all the participants were conversant with creating websites. However, these websites they had developed could only be accessed on their laptops. This called for the need to treat the topic, deployment.
Deployment of a website is the process of uploading one’s website from a computer to a server so it can be available to the public. The trainers also discussed with the participants how to purchase a domain and some of the processes involved.
As the class progressed, there was the need to apply the concepts; ” stage a change” and “commit a change” when using Git and Github. The ladies also learnt how to use Netlify when deploying their projects.
The trainers, being convinced that the participants were now familiar with the processes involved in deployment finally tasked them to deploy their websites. Few of the ladies had challenges in doing this but the trainer did his maximum best to help them rectify all those problems. They also gave room for open questions and attended to them all.
Today being the final day, the ladies got treated to a sumptuous meal, after which they took turns in presenting their websites. At Soronko Academy, Mrs Regina Honu, with the assistance of Baaba from Ghana Tech Lab, awarded certificates of completion to the participants. The ladies took pictures together and exchanged contacts as this was the last day some might see each other.
On this note, the National Female Pre-tech Training Program, which took place at Soronko Academy, Grassroots Hub, Northern Innovation Lab, Dansyn Innovation Social Organisation, Eastern Hub and Yison Tech Hub from 22nd July- 3rd June has been duly completed.
Special Thanks to Mastercard Foundation, Young Africa Works, The World Bank, Ministry of Communications Ghana and Ghana Tech Lab for making this possible.#PretechDiaries