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Our History

A team of highly motivated people with different nationalities has joined forces to make programming accessible to young people. The need for education in the information technology field is enormous - especially now in our digital age.

Founders

Sally

Sally

Co-Founder & CEO

I am 33 years old and born in Berlin. However, I spent most of my childhood and youth in the countryside in Schleswig-Holstein. I completed my high school diploma at a Danish school. Afterwards I traveled a lot around the world to discover new countries and cultures.

I completed my studies in economics with a specialization in tourism- and event management in Berlin. Since then, I have worked in merchandise planning and purchasing as well as in sales.

Nabil

Nabil

Co-Founder & Business Development

Working in the magical world of technology is my passion. I come from Bangladesh and have been living in Berlin for over four years. I am currently working as a data analyst. Before that, I worked as a business development officer for a social networking site in my home country.

For me, programming is the most important skill of this century, but alarmingly, the number of people who have mastered this skill is very small. I am now devoting my time to build a generation of young people who can communicate with this skill.

eLearning Specialist

Yussuf

Yussuf

Curriculum Developer

I have a PhD in Informatics from the University of Edinburgh, UK. For 20 years, I have been an eLearning and curriculum development consultant, an academic and a computer science researcher. Believing in the effectiveness of facilitating eLearning to disseminate knowledge, enhance skills and shift attitudes, I enjoy developing, managing, delivering, and evaluating eLearning services.

I have done extensive work in developing Information Technology academic programmes, towards being competency-based. As an academic, I have extensive teaching experience delivering a wide range of Computer Science and Software Engineering courses at various universities in Europe and the Middle East.

Team

Anup

Anup

Program Coordinator

I was born and raised in Sylhet, Bangladesh. I moved to Berlin almost three years ago for higher education.

In this age of the fourth industrial revolution, programming is very important for everyone, especially for the next generation. I am trying to make an effort to help young people to learn from this platform and come up with their ideas for the betterment of this planet and humankind.

Benedict

Benedict

Mentor

Ich bin Benedict, 29 Jahre alt und zur Zeit studiere ich Informatik an der OvGU und arbeite in Magdeburg. Ich war schon immer von elektronischen Geräten, wie z.B. Computern oder Robotern fasziniert, vor allem davon wie diese funktionieren.

Aber egal wofür man sich interessiert, heutzutage bietet die Informatik das Werkzeug, um sich in fast jedem Bereich in Gesellschaft und Wirtschaft einbringen zu können. Den meisten Spaß hatte ich schon immer, wenn ich mit anderen Leuten zusammengearbeitet habe bzw. wenn ich an meiner aktuellen Universität anderen geholfen habe ihr Studium zu meistern. Egal, ob dies als Mentor für Erstsemester, Tutor in Kursen oder als Freund geschehen ist.

Zhalok

Zhalok

Mentor

“Hello World”, this is Zhalok. I am currently studying Computer Science and Engineering at Shahjalal University of Science and Technology. I have been introduced to programming since the beginning of my university life. Since then I have been very enthusiastic and dedicated in this field. But I always wondered what if I was introduced to programming from my childhood in a much more interesting fashion. Since then I always wanted to work for future generations so that they can learn programming from an early age.

Therefore, I have joined CodexPro as a mentor with the goal to make programming as interesting as possible to generations to come.

Kaifa

Kaifa

Mentor

I’m Kaifa Tabassum. I’m doing a major in Computer Science and Engineering at Shahjalal University of Science and Technology. It is said that, “if you think programing is boring, then you are learning it the wrong way!”. To be honest I struggled a lot with programming at the beginning because I had no prior knowledge in this field. I wished there had been a way to learn programming from an early age. CodexPro is a platform that I would have wanted for myself; here kids learn coding and basics of programming through some fun activities.

In todays competitive world, programming is a necessary skill; and I’m happy to introduce the young minds to the amazing world of programming and make their learning phase smooth and fun.

Aisha

Aisha

Mentor

Hi there! If I were asked to describe myself in a word, I think the possible answer would be: optimistic. I believe that an optimistic mindset exudes a sense of firm determination and can lead to a plethora of possibilities. I am currently studying as a CSE undergrad at SUST and I enjoy the quirks associated with programming. One of the many boons of my student life is that I am associated with teaching programming to kids; it’s a great honor for me to witness the bright minds entering the world of coding. Their keen senses of learning and exploring the multifaceted tech world are quite endearing and laudable.

As for my hobbies, I would not shy away from calling myself an avid bookworm; I love reading books, especially fiction. I also write contents for newspapers as a contributor and that shows I have got interest in writing too. And to top it off, I love teaching young minds as teaching brings out the best in me.

Raha

Raha

Mentor

Hello, I am Raha. I am currently pursuing my graduation in CSE from Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Bangladesh.

While studying my major, I realized how important programming skill is to cope with today’s tech-dependent and competitive world. I struggled quite a lot for not having any prior knowledge about programming at the initial phase but later realized how magical this domain of knowledge can be if taught in the right way. So, here I am! To help young explorers in this wonderful voyage of learning programming in the best way I can.