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iHub By Linda Kisilu / September 19, 2014

Be a part of the BBC “World have your say” radio show airing at iHub

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Is Kenya leading Africa’s technological march? Is the so-called ‘Silicon Savannah’ making power become accountable? And how exactly are Kenyans using technology to solve everyday problems? The BBC World Have Your Say programme is excited to bring together some of the movers and shakers in Nairobi’s tech scene. Grab a

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iHub By Mugethi Gitau / September 15, 2014

[Podcast] M:lab East Africa Interview with Sheilah Birgen

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Guest post by Kennedy Kahiri   About  M:lab East Africa.       @mlabeastafrica m:lab East Africa is the region’s centre for mobile entrepreneurship. Their  services include business incubation, developer training, application testing, and ecosystem building. Having an application you want to test?   M:lab east africa have a testing room.

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Intel Inter-University Apps Challenge

iHub By Rachel Gichinga / September 15, 2014

The Intel Inter-University Apps Challenge | 26th September, 2014 | C4D Lab, University of Nairobi

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Interested in competing in the Intel Inter-Universities App Challenge? Sign up here to participate and show that your school is the champion of app development! The Intel Student Partner Program has been running in Kenya since February 2014, and in Uganda and Tanzania since June. We’ve taken on 12 incredible

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iHub By Mugethi Gitau / September 15, 2014

Oracle awareness session

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Are you a developer or a tech entreprenuer? Do you use an Oracle technology in your work? If not, would you like to find out more about how this could be useful and of benefit to you? Please join us this Thursday,  18th September 2014 from 2-5pm for an engaging

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iHub By Josiah Mugambi / September 12, 2014

Reflections: my first year running the iHub; the tech community

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My first year full time at the iHub as ED has literally flown by. Indeed when doing something that you enjoy, time does tend to pass by very fast. It was one thing to be somewhat on the periphery of the going ons at the iHub (as an advisor and

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