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iHub By Jessica Colaco / October 8, 2011

iHub Start-Up Profiles – Zalego

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This week, iHub research interviewed Dickson Ng’ang’a, a graduate from the mlab training program and an iHub member What is Zalego? Zalego Group Ltd is a technology solutions firm specializing in mobile software development, value addition, consultancy and empowerment through training. Zalego is a twisted acroname for Zeal Go i.e

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iHub By Patrick Munyi / October 8, 2011

iHub at the IGF

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In the just concluded Internet Governance Forum (IGF) whose theme; Internet as a catalyst for change: access, development, freedoms and innovation, one could not fail to spot a member from the iHub in the UN Office at Gigiri. With innovation playing a very dominant role in the Kenya’s technology sector,

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iHub By Patrick Munyi / October 8, 2011

Geospatial Meetup at the iHub

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The demand for spatial data infrastructures has been on the increase in the recent past. How do modern cartographers move from data creation,attribution, to publishing. With the advent of web mapping, dissemination on spatial data has become more important than ever. What options do we as modern cartographers/GIS professionals have?

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iHub By Patrick Munyi / October 4, 2011

Office Hours with Bob Aman

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Would you like help from a Google engineer? Well, you’re in luck. Bob Aman, Program Manager for Developer Relations at Google with an engineering background will be based indefinitely at the iHub to support the local developer community both within Kenya and around Sub-Sarahan Africa. He is looking to help developers build successful applications and businesses,

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m:lab By Patrick Munyi / October 3, 2011

Apps4Africa: Climate Challenge

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The 2011 Apps4Africa: Climate Challenge builds on the success of the 2010 Apps4Africa: Civic Challenge in which civil society leaders challenged software developers to find innovative technological solutions to everyday problems on issues ranging from transparency and governance to health and education. The 2011 competition begins in Western and Central Africa in September, with Eastern and

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