- Bitfinex and Penguin Academy collaborate on a 3-week coding bootcamp for women in Paraguay.
- The bootcamp will run May 3-24, 2023 to empower women in tech.
- The course curriculum includes not only the fundamentals of Python coding, but also blockchain, IoT, and robotics.
Bitfinex, a leading digital asset exchange, has announced sponsorship of a women-only coding bootcamp.
and press release Bitfinex, shared with CoinJournal on Tuesday, said it will partner with Penguin Academy to offer a three-week introductory coding course.The bootcamp will take place May 3-24, 2023 in Ciudad del Este, Paraguay. will be
“We are pleased to work with Penguin Academy to introduce this valuable academic opportunity to Paraguayan women. The power of code is evident in Latin America and can serve as a powerful tool. Especially in the hands of women who are empowered to build and deploy new solutions that benefit their communities.Bitfinex Chief Operating Officer Claudia Lagorio said:
Bitfinex’s support for this program demonstrates its strong commitment to using technology to promote personal freedom.Underserved communities around the worldadded Lagorio.
Courses include Microelectronics, Robotics and IoT
The course curriculum created by Penguin Academy features basic Python coding, blockchain, and microelectronics. Attendees will also benefit from valuable web development, robotics, and IoT workshops.
Students also get networking opportunities. It features multiple events such as Meet and Greet, Career Nights, Speed Dating, and more.
Organizers have planned a five-day hackathon to finish the bootcamp, and Demo Day will see the top three candidates awarded scholarships. Plan B Summer School Set in Lugano, Switzerland.
Our partnership with Penguin Academy is the latest Bitfinex program to champion personal freedom and financial inclusion through technological innovation. The crypto exchange was founded in 2012.
Also founded in 2012, Penguin Academy runs coding bootcamps in Switzerland, Germany, Bulgaria, China, and the Philippines. The boot camp he landed in Paraguay in 2019, training over 2000 young people.