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The red members space

iHub By Jessica Colaco / December 30, 2010

Now Accepting Applications for Red Membership

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The Red Card membership grants you a semi-permanent desk, a locker and priority on the meeting room space. Currently, we have 10 spaces available at any one time, and these Red Card seats will go for about Ksh.10, 000 per month. These Red Card seats are “semi-permanent” spaces as we

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Samsung App Contest

iHub By Jessica Colaco / December 21, 2010

Samsung Apps Contest – Stage I Winners

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Samsung is having a developers’ challenge as a way of showcasing Kenya’s talent and developing applications into the market place. This will involve inviting talented developers to develop and submit applications. 1st Stage There will be a first round selection stage, to identify applications built to specifications and standards suitable

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greens

iHub By Jessica Colaco / December 17, 2010

GREEN MEMBERSHIP APPLICATIONS REOPEN!

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It has been a fruitful two months since we launched the first bunch of green members and as we had promised earlier, we have reopened the application process afresh. All White members are eligible to apply for Green Membership. Once you signed up, you received an email to activate your account. If you haven’t activated then

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Uncategorized By marie / December 16, 2010

Rhok #2 Update

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Its time for a lunch break for the hackers and the food looks appetizing, well and the hackers brought their appetite too earlier guys had defined problems and here are some of the problems going to be solved: 1.Sms based emergency Assistance routing:The idea here is for a Disaster Assistance

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iHub By marie / December 14, 2010

Rhok #2 Finale

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The 2nd RHOK finally came to an end, after 2 days of extensive coding for the participants. The applications presented for judging were innovative. Here is a breakdown of the winners: Individual Category went to Bahati Schyns with his Virtual assembly Point Crisis management point app. Bahati will get an

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