Where to start or continue
  • Step 0: Register on with your google account
  • Step 1: Register for MITx introduction to computer science (Just the first week suffices for  an introduction)
  • Step 2: Complete the career development form on our homepage and  schedule a remote or onsite session
  • Step3: Email us a week later to book an appointment. The gap is to allow us time to conduct due diligence.

All 9JEducation members get free access to our remote labs  and all AW Members are eligible for project work. Got questions and/or concerns, send us an email or use the search this site.  I've added a lot of content on this site based on my past experiences with my students, use search, look for something interesting. 

Our reference site is intentionally a Google Site,  it's a great collaborative tool with secure permissions and  version history. We tagged this site as Britto's research in 2019  to protect his intellectual capital  (@ MITx  CTA ) and now he's helping us manage AW. He has the keys to the kingdom!

Best Regards,
Segun Sobulo (Prof Rauf and Silifat Sobulo's Son) - Verification Drive  ... Alhamdulilah, Google Rocks!
Founder AW

August 27th - Mrs Silifat Sobulo's Birthday. Student's, tell us what you've been learning on edX,

posted Aug 8, 2020, 6:14 AM by Segun Razaq Sobulo   [ updated Aug 12, 2020, 12:45 AM ]

I've been busy building a java cloud over the past decade all on my own o. But it was necessary, the moment I heard google was coming to Nigeria, I answered the NYSC call to come serve my country! Greatest kutites, I hail o. We are not alone. AW is built by Nigerians for Nigerians. I am retired. I'm not the one going to figure out how to answer  enquires from the North on Facebook, but we have 500+ members everywhere. We all need rest, but the site is open and free to use for all members.

Not all AW benefits are free. But we're flexible. we know ourselves. And we have the technology to implement scalable pricing models. No member of AW will ever ask you for payment,. To conduct business with us of any kind. Email

Lab School Registration - August 4th - August 10th

posted Aug 6, 2020, 7:49 PM by AppsWorkforce 9JEducation   [ updated Aug 6, 2020, 8:07 PM ]

We are conducting due diligence on closed batches.  We are no longer collecting responses on any forms (facebook or google), if you are able to apply on a form, it's been deprecated. 

Verification links will be sent to all emails collected on Google Forms as well as any @appsworkforce.appspotmail  account currently receiving emails.

Batch 1 -  AW Facebook
1 Google meet 

Batch A - Google Forms
Learn: 3 applicants
Earn: 24 applicants
Fun: 7 applicants

Email AW sky (fun) and principal(labs)   on their appspotmail  addresses. See previous post to apply for lab school or join a  project

Appspotmail is deprecated, we'll leave the mail handler until we migrate to Java 11, it's been setup since 2016, we're using it for the first time now (the emails are TLS encrypted by Google mail servers). We'll  stop collecting responses via appspotmail on August 10th.

Appspotmail Setup

posted Aug 3, 2020, 11:08 PM by Unknown user

Appspotmail setup for Principal and Sky

Appspotmail Release Notes

Yahoo deprecated:

Gmail samples:

FTBS/AW Java projects deployed on AppEngine

posted Jul 31, 2020, 12:22 PM by Olajide Olumide   [ updated Jul 31, 2020, 3:39 PM ]

Java projects deployed on AppEngine

MITx programming course - August 2020 Semester

posted Jul 24, 2020, 8:58 AM by Segun Razaq Sobulo   [ updated Jul 24, 2020, 9:30 AM ]

Summer 6x registration has closed with over 1 million students enrolling globally and learning remotely in as little as 1 day (though 8 weeks for a verified certificate) , you can register now for the  fall session by clicking  here .... MIT's introduction to computer science and programming 

Education is thriving because of Covid

posted Jul 8, 2020, 2:33 PM by Segun Razaq Sobulo   [ updated Jul 8, 2020, 2:34 PM ]

Students are learning remotely and are  benefitting from exposure to all types of technology. It's a great time to be young. 

Google Rocks, big thank your for G-Suites and Java AppEngine

Cleaning up AW

posted Jul 8, 2020, 1:42 PM by Segun Razaq Sobulo

AW has evolved due to covid tech boom from research to implementation.  

AW Work-Study 2019 Apprentice Edition

posted Jun 7, 2019, 6:13 AM by Segun Razaq Sobulo   [ updated Jun 7, 2019, 7:33 AM ]

Learn 6.00.1x , then earn and have loads of fun in the process

Have a laptop with 8GB RAM
Have at least 10 hours / week availability
No prior programming experience required, beginners welcome

Ace 6.00.1x then teach/enhance web/mobile apps developed on Google's App Engine. 
Recruiting new apprentices

Monthly wage for 2019/2020:
$10 per hour (10 to 100 hours monthly ~ ₦ 36, 000 k to ₦ 360,000 monthly income)

MIT programming certificate within a quarter (3 months)
1 year experience building cloud solutions
1 year AW G-Suite  license, plugs you into my network
90% remote job, flexible working hours that allow you to pursue other educational and career opportunities

₦ 360,000



AppsWorkforce, terms & conditions - 100% guarantee

posted May 12, 2019, 4:34 AM by Segun Razaq Sobulo   [ updated May 12, 2019, 10:44 AM ]

My fellow Nigerians,

To paraphrase Thor's Ragnok marvel movie,  AppsWorkforce( AW) is a people. AW members are a 100% certain that:

  • You learn more about programming in 1 week of MIT's 6.00.1x than you will 4 years in most places in Nigeria (poly,uni, etc).
  • You earn more when you value knowledge. Programming builds human capital, What you can do will add value everywhere around you.
  • You have fun when you know what you're doing. 
School is cool
MOOCs enable you to learn from the best schools in America. Choosing a good curriculum allows  you to:
Nigerians are cool
Remember your upbringing at home, Academic and professional integrity makes earning a decent living very justifiable

MIT's 6.00.1x on edX - June 5th - Aug 7th, 2019

posted May 2, 2019, 4:55 PM by Segun Razaq Sobulo   [ updated May 7, 2019, 6:22 AM ]

Once upon a time, learning computer science in Nigeria was bleak but now, there's a 6.00.1x.

This course provides an excellent introduction to  computer science and programming. The course is taught online  by professors at MIT. I've been using a flipped MOOC model that leverages the course content from 6.00.1x to teach programming since 2016. 

Taking this course is privilege. I'm immensely grateful to the good people at MITx for providing this opportunity to the world . In particular, it provides young Nigerians with a credible and viable way to learn. Our country is mired with problems and this course definitely builds your problem solving skills with weekly intriguing challenges that require programming solutions

Happily ever after ending. In my humble opinion,  the course  is heaven sent. Everyone should try it. 

15 hours per week commitment (to MIT's lecture videos and assignments) recommended to keep pace with the course.

Best Regards,

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