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Samuel Hategekimana
Samuel Hategekimana

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My Five weeks in Taskforce 5.0 at Awesomity Lab and Code of Africa.

Great things happen to those who don’t stop believing, trying, learning, and being grateful.
Roy Bennett

This week was fantastic and enjoyable. In particular, for technical skills where we go deeper into react native, it was taught for me in the previous days because we began to use a programming language I had never used before and at times I felt like giving up, but because of the communication and team spirit session we had, I realized that giving up was not an option, so I sought assistance from my teammates, who assisted me in overcoming the situation. Now, I thank God that I am at a good level and can complete the task in the same manner as others, and I appreciate all of my teammates' encouragement, especially @elvis, who took the time to assist me.
Again, I'd like to thank #CoA and #Awesomity for the courses they provide that have taught me to never give up and how to manage myself, such as the communication lesson, which has taught me how to communicate and collaborate with others, time management, which has taught me how to manage time so that I can use extra time without negative consequences, and self-organization, which has taught me how to overcome my challenges.

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To summarize, we only have one week left to finish our Bootcamp. Over the last five weeks, we've learned a lot of interesting things, and I'm excited to put what I've learned in the Bootcamp to good use by solving societal problems.

Thank you for taking the time to read my post; I'll see you again next week to give you an update on my final week of Bootcamp.

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