iHub By Rachel Gichinga / April 23, 2013
SwiftRiver meets Nairobi | Thursday 25th April 2013 | 17:30 – 19:30 EAT | iHub
Join us for the very first Nairobi Swift event.
Learn more about SwiftRiver, how it’s been used over the past few months, and how beneficial it can be to you.
17:30 Event starts
17:40 – 18:00 Introduction to SwiftRiver
18:00 – 18:30 Umati Use Case Study
18:30 – 19:30 SwiftRiver Demo and Q&A
Refreshments will be provided.
This is a first of many more Swift-themed events this year, with an online event set for 11th May 2013. More details soon!
NB: This is a physical event in Nairobi. We will do our best to make it available for people to join via a Google Hangout, but this is pending. We promise to record it.
Hope you can join us! Bring a friend too
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wilson ndungu at 15:11:53PM Friday, April 26, 2013
Thanks,infact yesterday event was very successful to me becuase i thank all the programer whom take part in any consern,surely many thank for that good conpanion in all company attenders,thanks,thanks,,Reply
Kiana Yost at 08:09:39AM Wednesday, May 8, 2013
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