Nigerian software looks to the cloud

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Nigerian software looks to the cloud

Nigeria’s Institute of Software Practitioners will put the focus on cloud computing at a national conference and competition this month.

ISPON will stage the National Software Conference and Competition at the Tinapa Knowledge City (TKC), Calabar, Cross River State from 28 – 30 October. 

ISPON says this year’s events will focus on “The Cloud and the Future of Software Nigeria” with a view to unleashing the creativity of Nigeria’s software professionals and would-be entrepreneurs.

ISPON says the theme addresses the overriding mission of the ISPON National Software Conference/Software Competition for tertiary institutions is to promote conscious national awareness on the imperatives for developing Nigeria’s indigenous intellectual property in the software knowledge space. 



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