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The UAE launches a national program for programmers

The UAE launches a national program for programmers
The UAE launches a national program for programmers

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, today launched a national program for programmers.

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum said in a tweet through his official account on Twitter: “Today we launched a national program for programmers in cooperation with Google, Microsoft, Amazon (AWS), Cisco, IBM, HPE, LinkedIn, Nvidia and Facebook.

” He added, “The goal is to train and attract 100,000 programmers, create a thousand major digital companies within 5 years

and increase investment directed at startups from 1.

5 billion to 4 billion dirhams.

” He continued, “The National Program for Programmers is a new step to build our digital economy within our new national plans.

The world is changing.

The speed of digital change is multiplying.

The shape of the economy will be different.

The nature of professions will change.

And survival will be for the most prepared, fast and keep pace with the new changes in our world.

” The e-commerce sector in the UAE has achieved a prominent position as the fastest growing in the Middle East in terms of sales value.

According to the “E-commerce Sector in the UAE, Middle East and North Africa 2020” report, the e-commerce sector in the UAE has achieved this achievement, supported by the rise in digital connectivity and infrastructure and the significant growth in the electronics sector.

The global competitiveness statements issued by major institutions showed that the UAE will continue to achieve pioneering achievements in the field of the digital economy during 2020.

This represents a new international certificate in the competitiveness of the UAE and its ability to continue manufacturing the future that consolidates sustainable development

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The UAE launches a national program for programmers
The UAE launches a national program for programmers

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