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Applications for Injini’s Second Cohort Are Now Open

  Are you a tech start-up in the African education space? If so, here’s an exciting opportunity. Injini, Africa’s first EdTech incubator supported by the Cape Innovation and Technology Initiative (CiTi), is looking for start-ups ready to make an impact in African education using technology.   They will select eight companies from across the African […]

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Partnership with Silicon Cape

Special Partner Discount for Silicon Cape Community Members   HyperionDev is very pleased to announce a partnership with Silicon Cape, a non-profit company committed to building and catalysing the technology ecosystem in the Western Cape.   HyperionDev will provide access to their mentor-led, industry-relevant online coding bootcamps in Full Stack Web Development, Mobile Development and Software Engineering to Silicon Cape community members. […]

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Hyperion’s Founder Dubbed the ‘Steve Jobs of South Africa’ by the Sunday Ti

  The Sunday Times recently published an article in print and online titled, “Is 23 year Riaz Moola South Africa’s Steve Jobs?”. Describing HyperionDev as a “tech training firm that is now the largest of its kind in South Africa” the article highlights how HyperionDev has become the largest trainer of the popular programming language Python […]

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Hyperion’s Founder Selected as one of the Top 200 Young South Africans by t

Hyperion’s Founder Selected as one of the Top 200 Young South Africans by the Mail & Guardian

  Article, courtesy of  Tiana Cline at the Mail and Guardian (<wbr/>moola/)   Hyperion’s Founder, Riaz Moola, has been selected as one of the Top 200 Young South African’s in 2016 under the Science and Technology Category by the Mail & Guardian. This award reflects the work of Hyperion’s entire team of employees – and the larger […]

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Hyperion Takes Students from Aspiring Programmers to Fully-fledged Software...

  Hyperion’s courses can change lives. This is exemplified by a recent partnerships between Hyperion and the Cape Innovation and Technology Initiative in a which a cohort of aspiring software developers based in Johannesburg and Cape Town were trained on two of Hyperion’s most popular online courses: The Certified Software Developer MicroDegree and the Full Stack Web […]

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VW Blames Software Engineers for Diesel Emissions Scandal, Not Execs

    Deep inside the engine control units (ECUs) of roughly 11 million Volkswagen diesel engines across the world, certain code was executing, which helped the company  cheat on their harmful gases emission ratings. It did this by activating the emission control device only if it detected the car was undergoing emissions testing. The Nitrate, […]

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Autodesk Competitor Steals Code, Blames Rogue Engineer


  Those End-User Licence Agreements on software exist for a reason: to prevent licenced code from unauthorised use. This was true for design software company Autodesk recently when it appeared that a software engineer from Chinese competitor firm ZWSoft had stolen their code. Both companies develop technical drawing, modelling and drafting tools used by civil […]

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Press Release: Hyperion Launches First Job Site for Software Developers in ...

  The South African market for software developers   Software developers are in high demand in South Africa, yet both the job search and candidate search experience are poorly developed for the South African market.  General job search portals such as CareerJunction or Careers24 fail to fit the needs of employers and job-seekers, and both […]

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