By Tongai Mwenje
One of Zimbabwe’s technology hubs Hypercubehub on Monday conducted a data base couch workshop at no 11 Phillips Avenue, Belgravia base in Harare.
The workshop which was dubbed ¨DB Couch¨ was attended by a handful of students from different institutions and companies, among those who attended the workshop most of them are well known coders and programmers from the technology community.
Brian Chatterton, a chief technology officer with one of the registered private voluntary organisation called Zimbabwe Association for Crime Prevention and Rehabilitation of the Offender (Z.A.C.R.O), presented during the course of the workshop.
The couch is focusing mainly on programmers from all age groups, it is meant to equip them with data base skills, development and building/constructing. The students were introduced to NOSQL as part of their introductory lesson which taught them on how to build certain data bases like those which focuses on job markets, these provides information on job market trends, in short giving a job market analysis.
The workshop will run until Friday and those who may be willing to attend the workshop and learn more on database skills, development and construction will just have to part with a $20 for the whole course.