Zambezi Screencasts is a personal project by Kudzai Nyandoro. This project is focused on providing short web and software development screencasts to new and intermediate developers. Inspired by Railscasts, Kudzai uses Zambezi Screencasts to share any tips and tricks he learns with other software developers. He started his software development journey in 2013 and has learned his skills through books, and taking online courses from schools and platforms such as Launch School formerly know as Tealeaf Academy, The Pragmatic Studios, CodeCademy, Treehouse , Upcase , Udemy and the Learn Enough Society. Kudzai also holds a masters degree in public health. In his spare time, he enjoys reading, coding, running, cycling plus kayaking on class IV and V rivers such as the Zambezi, Burnt Ranch Gorge on the Trinity, Gore Canyon on the Colorado, the Merced, Kings and the American rivers. Kudzai is the receipient of several scholarships including the Provost Graduate Scholarhip from California State University, Fresno as well as scholarships from the Learn Enough Society and the Grow with Google Challenge Scholarship.