iHub By Patrick Munyi / October 4, 2011
Office Hours with Bob Aman
Would you like help from a Google engineer? Well, you’re in luck. Bob Aman, Program Manager for Developer Relations at Google with an engineering background will be based indefinitely at the iHub to support the local developer community both within Kenya and around Sub-Sarahan Africa. He is looking to help developers build successful applications and businesses, and in doing so, grow the web ecosystem in the region.
Office hours will offer developers an opportunity to sit down with the Google engineer and work out any difficult issues they’ve run into with their applications. Any developer will be able to sign up for a one hour time-slot and discuss whatever topic they most need assistance with, from getting an application working on App Engine to finding better ways to monetize a project.
Developers must make an appointment ahead of time via this calendar , and a description of the project to be discussed should be given when creating the appointment.
akwasi at 14:40:23PM Thursday, October 6, 2011
are you or anyone from iHub available for an interview for the BBC’s Focus on Africa programme? Focus Steve Jobs’s impact on Africa: inspirtaion for more developers on the continent? Is there support for potential developers? Does the continent patronise its innovators and their products? Are African developers meeting local demands enough to change lives the way Apple has?
Please revert soon!Reply
Focus on Africa
Bush House, London
0044207 557 2355 or 1649 (office number)
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