Hi there, my name is Ninte Dangana.
I am a young professional keen on helping businesses leverage technology tools to reduce inefficiencies while increasing both productivity and profitability. Over the years, I have established a successful track record in building innovative digital experiences for profitable enterprises.
I am an Alumnus of MEST Africa (Class of 2020). As an Entrepreneur-in-Training, I studied and implemented the principles for building scalable businesses in Sub-Saharan Africa. Throughout the program, I researched, prototyped, and developed solutions for a wide range of industries. My professional experiences, in this regard, culminated in a Software Entrepreneurship certificate.
After gaining experience tutoring individuals in Software Engineering as a pioneer Developer Student Clubs Lead in Africa (2018/19), I am currently a Mentor and Alumnus of the program. This initiative was my introduction to Cloud Development and its related technologies.
I believe business and technology will be the core tools of the next continental revolution in Africa. In 30 years, I aim to run the foremost think-tank addressing structural and systemic issues on the continent.
I have been fortunate to learn the science of entrepreneurship and technical creativity. Having found my WHY shortly before coming to the Nigerian University of Technology & Management, I believe that in due time I will learn to maximise my potential. I intend to direct my career towards digital leadership with the related Postgraduate Certificate in Technology, Entrepreneurship and Design.
I live by a simple motto: "From one thing, you must know ten thousand things".
Interesting problems captivate me, as the journey from understanding them to solutions is often self-rewarding. Visit my technology portfolio, to view some of my past projects. Conversations about commerce in emerging markets, digital transformation and scaling solutions are quite interesting to me, and I happily engage when able.
Learning is of significant interest to me. I continuously think of the future. At life.ninte.dev, I periodically write articles on subjects I find interesting.
A quick way to contact me is by sending an email to ninte.dev[at]gmail.com