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iHub By Rachel Gichinga / February 22, 2013

Fireside Chat with @ChiefKariuki | Thursday, 28th February | 6 – 7:30 pm | iHub

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We will be hosting “the tweeting chief” Chief Kariuki from Lanet Umoja at this month’s Fireside Chat on the evening of 28th February, 2013. If you’re a Kenyan on Twitter, you’ve almost certainly come across Chief Kariuki’s tweets, which run the gamut of community policing –  “from tracking down missing sheep

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iHub Cluster By Joseph / February 22, 2013

Power to Mortals

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Never in the history of humanity has man had more power at his hands to influence the world in which he lives. Man now harnesses tools that were not even imagined a century ago to predict weather, plan and build smart cities 100 years into the future, and solve social-economic

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iHub Cluster By Paul Muchene / February 22, 2013

iHub Cluster Update

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Here’s a break down of what we’ve been up to since we went live a couple of weeks ago: a) SRE Training We have realized that there is a huge gap in this space in the ecosystem. There needs to be a pool of people who can work with clusters, crunching

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Uncategorized By Leo Mutuku / February 22, 2013

Open Data in Developing Countries

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iHub Research is pleased to formally announce the commencement of a new project named “Understanding the impacts of Code4Kenya open data applications and services”. This research is part of a two –year research program titled  ‘Exploring the Emerging Impacts of Open Data in Developing Countries‘ (or Open Data in Developing

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iHub Cluster By Editor / February 21, 2013

iHub Cluster | A Technical Deep Dive

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By Moses Temu What is a cluster? To put it simply a cluster is an aggregation of several computers, the computational nodes that are networked together in a way that allows for them to act as one. So why do we need clusters? This is a bit of an extreme

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