The African Development Centres in Nairobi, Kenya (pictured) and Lagos, Nigeria will support local developer communities © Microsoft
The African Development Centres in Nairobi, Kenya (pictured) and Lagos, Nigeria will support local developer communities © Microsoft

Microsoft invests $100m in African developers

23 May 2019

Microsoft has launched an African Development Centre (ADC) initiative to fuel innovation and support local software development talent.

As part of the plan the firm will invest $100m over the next five years. It has initially established two sites, Nairobi in Kenya and Lagos in Nigeria.

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