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Uncategorized By Josiah Mugambi / March 17, 2010

The Nairobi Google Technology User Group

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The Next GTUG meeting is on Saturday 27th March 2010 at Nairobi Institute of Technology.

From the Nairobi GTUG page,

During our meetups, we share resources, skills & knowledge about Google technology & services. We spread dirty little tricks about Google’s technologies, or simply chat with each other talking about:

  • Google Data APIs
  • OpenSocial
  • Google AJAX APIs
  • Google Code
  • Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Docs
  • Google Apps
  • iGoogle
  • YouTube
  • Google App Engine
  • Google Open Source projects

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I’m pretty sure many developers who would be in the iHub, and are developing applications and services using any of the Google technologies will be interested in this meeting.

This is only the second Nairobi GTUG meeting taking place.

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Author : Josiah Mugambi

Josiah Mugambi has had several years’ experience in ICT, including software solutions development and networking, and spent nine years working in the telecommunications space with NSN and Huawei. Josiah is one of the co-founders of Skunkworks, an informal gathering of Kenyan technology enthusiasts, have participated in organizing numerous meetings and talks bringing together mostly software & web developers, designers, engineers and bloggers to share their knowledge and network. Kenya’s first BarCamp was a result of this networking, and has been regularly held since then. One of the main aims behind the forming of this group is networking of common techies with the aim of spurring innovation amongst them. Additionally, Josiah has been involved in several startups.   He sat on the Board of Advisors at the Nairobi iHub from its inception before taking over as Executive Director from Erik Hersman in Sept 2013. He is also an iHub Trustee.


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  • Monicah at 05:35:28AM Tuesday, March 1, 2011

    I would like to attend/Participate in the 2nd Nairobi GTUG. What are the requirements

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