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Uncategorized By Rachel Gichinga / September 16, 2012

BlackBerry Developers Kenya Inaugural Meeting | September 22, 2012 | iHub

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  BlackBerry will be hosting its inaugural meeting for Kenyan developers this weekend. The BlackBerry Developers Kenya Community event is aimed at introducing techies and community at large to the BlackBerry platform and associated technologies. It will also introduce and present open opportunities to developers and entrepreneurs who are looking

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Uncategorized By Rachel Gichinga / September 16, 2012

Nairobi Start-Up Pitch Night 2 | September 19th 2012 | iHub

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Following a great event last month, the second edition of Nairobi Start-Up Pitch Nights is back on this Wednesday 19th September from 6:30 – 8:00 pm at the iHub. Nairobi Start-Up Pitch Night is a (free) regular event where 5 startups of all stages and industries get to pitch. The

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m:lab By John Kieti / September 16, 2012

Winners of m2work Hackathon Announced

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The M2Work Hackthon came to an end with crowning of four teams as winners on Sunday evening. The global event was conducted across the five m:Labs in the world. In Kenya, participants came up with 10 ideas, forming 10 teams. The teams concentrated on developing their ideas to prototypes overnight,

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Uncategorized By Rachel Gichinga / September 16, 2012

Mashable Social Good Summit Comes To Nairobi | September 24th 2012

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This year, for the first time, the Social Good Summit is coming to Africa. On the 24th of September, Nairobi is hosting three hours of live panel discussions, as part of the three-day global Social Good Summit held annually in New York. The Summit is jointly organised by mashable.com, the

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iHub By Jimmy Gitonga / September 16, 2012

Parallel Computing : Its Evolution and What You Should Be Doing About It

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If you are a “mobile app” programmer, holding a smartphone on your hand, a looking deeply into its lovely interface, there is something you need to know about its past and how your relationship will blossom. “I think OpenCL in the mobile is going to be fundamental to bring parallel

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