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p25

iHub By Jessica Colaço / March 7, 2011

Pivot 25

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Pivot25 is a one of a kind Conference and Competition. Spread over two days, on the 14th and 15th of June at the Ole-Sereni Hotel, Pivot25 will showcase developer talent and applications from across the East African region. So why now and why the name Pivot25? Well it’s quiet simple. The Continent

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nuby

Uncategorized By Jessica Colaço / February 28, 2011

Ruby Nuby trains and funds your next local startup

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Help Ruby Nuby set up our community based tech and entrepreneurial training in Nairobi where we will train the next generation developers and fund companies they and you may start. 6pm, WED, March 2nd Ruby Nuby has won a grant from British Airways to see about bringing our program to

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gtug02

Uncategorized By Jessica Colaço / February 28, 2011

NairobiGTUG @iHubNairobi

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On the 26th of February 2011 the third NairobiGTUG event was held at the iHub. The turnout included mostly techies and developers. During these meetups, the techies share resources, skills & knowledge about Google technology & services. They spread little tricks about Google’s technologies, or simply chat with each other

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larry_introduction

iHub By Jessica Colaço / February 24, 2011

Larry Wall @iHubNairobi Update!

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We are very honoured to have Larry wall the author of the Perl Programming Language as our guest speaker for this Month’s Fireside Chat! Larry earned his bachelor’s degree from Seattle Pacific University in 1976 and is a graduate from UC Berkeley. He joined the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory after he

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / February 23, 2011

Computers Vs Smartphones in Schools

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Computers in Schools – Wouldn’t smart phones be better? With all the hype around getting laptops, desktops, big computers of any kind into Kenyan schools, what about mobile phones? Might smart phones, with their easy of use and growing screen size be a better tool for students?  Say one iPhone

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