Alim Idrissou

Software Engineer | @Co-founder at Byly AI

26 March


Hello, I'm Alim!

I'm a software engineer and mathematics enthusiast dedicated to creating innovative solutions through code.

With a lifelong passion for education and making an impact through technology, I bring a unique blend of skills to every project:



As a native speaker of Foodo, a language spoken in Benin, Ghana, and Togo, as well as Fon, Dendi, French, and English, I welcome you in a variety of languages for a richer experience. My journey began in the classroom. As a Maths teacher at 19, I discovered my love for imparting knowledge and helping others grow. I soon combined this with my interest in technology by transitioning into software engineering.

Outside of work, you'll find me exploring new languages, playing or watching football, and competing in marathons. I love stretching myself both mentally and physically!

The Blog

On my blog, I share my experiences on topics like:

Let's Connect!

I welcome conversations about all things tech, innovation, and personal growth. Reach out with questions, collaboration opportunities, or just to say hello!

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Ready to start the conversation? Let's make something great together.



Ecole Supérieure Multinationale des Télécommunications
(ESMT Dakar)


Msc in Digital Finance

Ecole Nationale d'Economie Appliquée et de Management


Bsc in Planning sciences

Université d'Abomey Calavi
(Faculté des Sciences et Techniques)


Bsc in Mathematic and Computer Science Applications

3.Latest Posts_

Lem-in algorithm visualisation on graph
Author: Alim Idrissou

Solving the lem-in Problem in Go: Building a Digital Ant Farm

The lem-in project is an exciting algorithmic challenge that involves guiding ants through a labyrinth by finding the shortest path. In this blog, we'll explore how I tackled this problem using the Go programming language to create an elegant and efficient solution.

Large Language Model
Author: Alimoudine Idrissou

Pioneering Solutions with Large Language Models in Africa

In the dynamic tapestry of African life, challenges are constant companions, but so is the spirit of innovation. Imagine if the power of Large Language Models (LLMs) could be harnessed as tools of transformation – like a magician's wand conjuring solutions to everyday quandaries. In this expert exploration, we journey through concrete, real-world examples of how LLMs can elevate African ingenuity, solving practical issues and rewriting possibilities.

Website performance with status code
Author: Alim Idrissou

How pay attention to network status codes is valuable for your website performance

While browsing the Internet, you may come across different types of network status codes, such as 404, 500, 301, etc. These codes are generated by the web server to indicate whether a request was successful or failed. Although these codes may seem insignificant, they play a crucial role in the proper functioning of your website. In this article, we will explore the importance of network status codes for your website.

Islamic finance in africa
Author: Alim Idrissou

Islamic finance in Africa: Prospects and challenges

The continent of Africa is home to an estimated 1.3 billion people and is projected to have the world's fastest-growing economy in the next five years. With a majority Muslim population, Africa is also seen as a potential growth market for the Islamic finance industry. However, there are challenges that need to be overcome in order to fully realize the potential of Islamic finance in Africa. This blog post will explore the prospects and challenges of Islamic finance in Africa.

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