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The WordPress Hackathon, Akure had finally come and was a very amazing experience. Participants were introduced to the WordPress platform and also challenged to build some website with WP.
The WordPress Hackathon was hosted by Talktech held at Obeam from the 8th of July, 2019 and lasted till through 10th of July, 2019.
   Below are some of the pictures from the WordPress Hackathon in Akure event 👇.

WordPress Hackathon, Akure Event Photos 


You can browse all of the event pictures at the Talktech Group here

WordPress Hackathon Akure, Website Showcase 

   The projects were divided into different categories which are WordPress Health, WordPress Fashion, WordPress Agric, WordPress ICT.

Read Also - Opportunities for FUTA Students

    Each projects were worked on by 6-7 participants to make the project more successful and efficient.

Pictures and Projects Showcase from WordPress Hackathon Akure


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The WordPress Hackathon, Akure had finally come and was a very amazing experience. Participants were introduced to the WordPress platform and also challenged to build some website with WP.
The WordPress Hackathon was hosted by Talktech held at Obeam from the 8th of July, 2019 and lasted till through 10th of July, 2019.
   Below are some of the pictures from the WordPress Hackathon in Akure event 👇.

WordPress Hackathon, Akure Event Photos 


You can browse all of the event pictures at the Talktech Group here

WordPress Hackathon Akure, Website Showcase 

   The projects were divided into different categories which are WordPress Health, WordPress Fashion, WordPress Agric, WordPress ICT.

Read Also - Opportunities for FUTA Students

    Each projects were worked on by 6-7 participants to make the project more successful and efficient.


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