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Uncategorized By John Kieti / May 5, 2011

Nairobi GTUG hosts Google I/O Extended:

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Nairobi GTUG hosts Google I/O Extended Google I/O is a developer conference that brings together thousands of developers for two days of deep technical content, focused on building the next generation of web, mobile, and enterprise applications using Google technologies such as Android, Google Chrome, Google APIs, Google Web Toolkit,

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m:lab By John Kieti / May 5, 2011

25 First Round Winners of Pivot25 Competition Announced

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25 companies in five categories have been selected to compete in the pivot25 competition scheduled for June 14th – 15th 2011. The selection was very competitive with many high potential and high quality entries. The selection committee expressed that they had a very difficult task coming up with a final

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iHub By John Kieti / May 5, 2011

iHub Robotics Initiative

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The *iHub_ Robot Initiative. Since its founding over a year ago, *iHub_ has changed the Nairobi IT scene completely. The place is full of developers, creatives and VC’s looking to form partnerships and transform the local IT scene. Partnerships have been formed, deals have been struck, and the place is

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iHub By John Kieti / May 4, 2011

BitMagic (April) and Ubuntu Release Party Event Update

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Last month’s BitMagic was a blast. Many thanks to Phares who took the group through virtualization 101 on a white-board. But as I had predicted, he was not able to convince us that virtualization is as simple as it should. Instead, he emphasized proper planning and anticipation to prevent future

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / May 1, 2011

Salesforce Cloud CRM for Nonprofits @iHubNairobi

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Salesforce Foundation are inviting all iHub members to a day of free workshops which will take place at the iHub on Wednesday 11th May. They’ll be introducing Salesforce’s Cloud CRM which is donated to nonprofits, and they’ll be showing how it can be used to manage fundraising, donors, volunteers, projects

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