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Douglas Mbiandou.

I was born in Yaoundé (Cameroon) on July 24, 1976. At the age of 7, my parents entrusted me to an uncle (uncle Vincent) who came to France ‘seeking opportunities’. I have done all my schooling in the hexagon: from the 2nd year of primary school in the Oise (Compiègne) to the school of Engineer INSA LYON (GE2000).

When I finished my studies, I wanted to give France what it has brought me, and to put my skills at the service of the development of the African Continent with the need to know more about my identity, my origins.

The computer training center Objis that I manage since 2005 has allowed me to contribute to the continuing education of more than 3000 people in France. Our clients appreciate both the pedagogical approach and the technical expertise of our trainers.

More recently, through the 10000codeurs I put my technical, pedagogical and entrepreneurial skills at the service of African youths lacking benchmarks. I have the dual objective of effectively combating youth unemployment, while making the continent a more diversified and more diverse continent. The first developer provider in the world , with its demographic bonus.

The 10000codeurs program relies on a network of 200 trained experts to the profession of trainer. This educational varnish guarantees a transmission their expertise to the beneficiaries of the program.


Some clients of the OBJIS training center:

In France.

In Africa.



Funded to date at 90% by the Objis training center, the 10000codeurs program is currently deployed in Senegal, Ivory Coast and Cameroon provides its beneficiaries with a qualification that is highly sought after by the global software industry: Java Web Mobile applications Developer. The first beneficiary inserted is Birante SY, trained by Ousseynou
SENE and hired at weebi.com. The program encourages also beneficiaries to create software that meets real needs, such as Ma Awa DJIMANGUE DIEDHIOU in Senegal that created and deployed before the end of the program in a local clinic a patient management management software.
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