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iHub By James Ndiga / June 18, 2014

Welcome to Tech4Africa 2014 at the *iHub_

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Tech4Africa is the premier mobile, web & emerging technology event, bringing global perspective to the African context. Tech4Africa is a one day event focusing on deep technical workshops and sessions for practitioners, and then engaging talks which impart knowledge, perspective, African context and inspiration. Tech4Africa also runs regular Developer Hackathons which

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iHub By Mercy Deche / June 13, 2014

JUNE 30TH 2014: MONEY-MANAGEMENT TAILORED JUST FOR YOU

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I remember vividly the day I discovered Coursera. I remember thinking, “Finally! I am going to learn all the things that I have always wanted to learn but didn’t have money or time for” I signed up for courses, and started eagerly, promising how I’ll make time for my lessons

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iHub By Mercy Deche / June 2, 2014

Money Management Training Part 1- African Management Initiative, June 30th.

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On May 13th, AMI held part l of its first Money Management Training series at the iHub. I went in a bit speculative. You see, finance-speak has always been an obstacle to navigate for me. It’s been that unit that I couldn’t get away from in campus and that hound

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iHub By James Ndiga / May 21, 2014

Guardian Activate: Johannesburg

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On 26th June 2014 a host of influential and inspirational figures from across Africa and the rest of the world will gather in Johannesburg to discuss how the open internet is reshaping the world. From investigative journalism and new models of media content, to the changing value of money and the role

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iHub Consulting By Evans Campbell / May 8, 2014

Project Costing: A science or pure guesswork?

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There is a story in the tech circle around how freelancers cost for projects. It is said that anytime you ask for a quote from a developer they will mull over it for a day or two and arrive at KES 80,000 as the figure. This usually applies for web

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