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iHub By Joseph / June 14, 2010

Looking for a Job? Looking for Internship? Looking for Volunteers? Look no further!!

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Hey guys, Hope you all enjoyed yourselves immensely during Barcamp held over the weekend. It was great having all of you over for the event. Many thanks from all of us here at iHub for making the event a success. We hope to see you again next year! You can check

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Uncategorized By Joseph / June 13, 2010

Barcamp Nairobi 2010: Day 1 Wrap Up

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In the afternoon session,BarCamp Nairobi resumed right after lunch. This session kicked off with Mike Macharia, C.E.O of Seven Seas.He talked about the importance of mentorship for young entrepreneurs in businesses, illustrated the importance of business training for everyone, but especially for Techies. He highlighted the importance of merging the business

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Uncategorized By Joseph / June 12, 2010

BarCamp Nairobi 2010: Day 1(Google room at NaiLab)

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Zuku startup index is an open, community-managed and free startup tracking database for the Kenyan startup and Investor Community. Currently it’s connecting angel investors to east african artists and others local startups.Some other companies like kickstarter and sprouter have the same ideas as startup index. Telemedicine is on the verge of evolving

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Uncategorized By Joseph / June 12, 2010

BarCamp Nairobi 2010: Day 1 Lightening Sessions

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Lightning Sessions The morning session is over, having seen great presentations and interactive sessions. Next up are the Lightening sessions, organized by Judith Owigar. In the lightning sessions, those presenting give short 5 minute intense talks about a topic of their choice. Kahenya’s entertaining presentation on Virn Instruments Yogurt, Version

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iHub By Joseph / June 12, 2010

BarCamp Nairobi 2010: Day 1 Introduction

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Morning Session BarCamp Nairobi kicked off today with participants arriving as early as 8:30am. The event began with Erik Hersman of Ushahidi welcoming everyone for the event, and announcing the day’s activities. Phares Kariuki, organizing team, BarCamp Nairobi kicktarted the morning session by announcing the registration of the participants, and

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