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GDG Nairobi – July Meetup | Sunday, July 21st | 3 – 5 pm | iHub

Welcome to this month’s GDG Nairobi meet-up. This is a great opportunity to grow your networks and get to know what techies in our city have been up to. The day’s agenda includes a code lab on AngularJS, the CS4HS Program at Starehe Boys Center, and a brief on the recently concluded #gSummit2013. Register here to […]

.NET Meetup: Application Lifecycle Management and the Tooling Around It | Wednesday July 3rd | 6 – 7:30 pm | iHub

During our last meeting, we discussed Application Lifecycle Management, and the best practices from the blog series around ALM can be found here. This month, in addition to talking about ALM and the tooling around it, we shall open up the session and have the following speakers: Mambo Hannington – Get to speed with business […]

.NET Meetup: Focus on Application Lifecycle Management | Wednesday, 29th May | 6 – 7:30 pm | iHub

This month’s .NET meetup will happen on the 29th of May and will focus on Application Lifecycle Management. Application Lifecycle Management is a way of developing and releasing software in a coherent, integrated way, spanning all development phases, artifact types, roles and business units. ALM describes the coordination of development lifecycle disciplines, including the management […]

Tech Meets Conservation – 10th April 5-6pm

Following the success of Earth Hour Kenya and the great turnout from #TeamiHub, we’re pleased to introduce the Tech Meets Conservation meetup. This will be an initiative dedicated to brainstorming and open discussion on how technology can be used to improve conservation efforts, building on our promise to continue the spirit of Earth Hour, BEYOND […]

Project Managers’ Meetup

iHub has formed a partnership with the Project Management Institute – Kenya chapter (PMI-K) to build on critical project management skills that are needed in the local tech scene. Through activities like training, research and  regular networking events, issues, opportunities and skills will be shared between practicing professionals in Kenya and techies in the iHub community. […]

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