Open space for technologists, investors, tech companies and hackers in Nairobi.

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iHub By Arielle Sandor / August 17, 2014

“Soft Skills?” More like Strong Skills

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Employers these days seem to value so called “soft skills” above all else. I’ve looked at a lot of CVs in the last few years, and it’s always a challenge to understand a job seeker’s soft skills based on a piece of paper. These are the elements I look for

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Art meets tech

iHub By Mugethi Gitau / August 17, 2014

Art meets Tech roundtable

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Art Meets Tech, a round-table discussion that explores how the visual arts and technology can work together for social commentary and tackling issues in our country. This will be an opportunity for techies (coders, designers, project managers, tech entrepreneurs) to mix with artists (singers, painters, designers, actors, sculptors, photographers) and

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fireside

iHub By Mugethi Gitau / August 17, 2014

Highlights from the Fireside with Eventbrite CTO Renaud Visage

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By Sidney Ochieng Recently for our Fireside chat we got to host Renaud Visage the co-founder and CTO of Eventbrite. Eventbrite is an online ticketing service that allows event organizers to plan, set up ticket sales and promote events (i.e. event management) and publish them across Facebook, Twitter and other

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hackathons

iHub By Anne / August 15, 2014

ARE HACKATHONS NECESSARY?

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By Resla Wesonga The technology community in Kenya has been experiencing exponential growth in the past few years. Several factors can be attributed to this. Without a doubt, startup competitions and hackathons have played a pivotal role in the growth of this ecosystem. These hackathons and startup competitions, organized by

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work life

iHub By Joseph / August 15, 2014

Family vs Career – How you can succeed at both

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Guest Blog By: Helen Wallis Finding the perfect work/life balance may seem like an unattainable dream, but the truth is, almost everybody with a family feels a sense of guilt when they’re working. The key to success is actually realizing that you can’t do it all and accepting it. But

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