Mombasa tech enthusiasts, two great events are headed your way this weekend. On Friday 28th March the Intel team will be at the Technical University of Mombasa, running a CodeFest for anyone who’s interested in learning how to build Android apps. Following that, we’ll be headed to the Pride Inn Mombasa on Saturday 29th for […]
Intel – Google Developer Group Meetup: “Building Apps 101: Know Your Audience” | Saturday 15th February, 2013 | 9:30 am – 5:00 pm | iHub
As more and more people move into the field of app development locally, it is important for local developers to understand what the market in which they are operating is interested in, as well as how that stacks up to what global trends look like. If this does not happen, they run the significant risk […]
There are a lot of great app ideas in Nairobi that never get to be heard. Cool, potentially huge ideas that remain on smart developers’ computers or in beta because they’ve never gotten the relevant feedback to help those ideas to grow and scale. We’re here to help with that. Borrowing from the Shark Tank […]
We’re looking for Nairobi’s most promising developers to participate in the upcoming Intel Codefest. If you have an android app on the Google Play store that has over 150 downloads, you’re the kind of developer we have in mind. Join us on Tuesday 3rd December for Codefest with Intel, in which you will learn how […]
This past weekend at the inaugural Intel Gaming Challenge, Nairobi gamers got to spend an entire day playing both international games and local games Ma3 Racer by Planet Rackus and African Legends by Leti Games. We want to see the Kenyan gaming community move beyond simply consuming content developed elsewhere and into developing high quality games […]
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