Nigeria’s Software Industry Worth N15bn

by oneafrikan on February 18, 2005

_ Interesting article to read on Nigeria’s software development industry.

India, Pakistan and South Africa as offshore options for software development

by oneafrikan on February 18, 2005

One of the things that you have to take into account when you offshore something as intricate and risky as software development is the inherent stability of the place you’re offshoring to. As this article in the EE Times mentions, (…)

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I really dislike my Sony Ericsson k700i, I want an Apple Mobile

by oneafrikan on February 18, 2005

Just upgraded my contract from a Nokia 6310i, which was a superb, easy, simple phone to use, to the Sony Ericsson k700i. The problem is that it’s just too much – I don’t need 80% of what’s on the new (…)

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FireFox: 25 million in 99 days

by oneafrikan on February 17, 2005

On February 15th, exactly 99 days after it was released, Firefox 1.0 smashed through the 25 million download milestone. Thanks to Nurm for the heads up… Do you use Firefox?

Beating procrastination

by oneafrikan on February 17, 2005

Mark Taw has been an interesting read today. _Here’s a little something for your consumption on procrastinating…. _ And here’s a little tool to help you along the way… Enjoy!! Comments to come soon ;-)

Global Oil Production and Consumption :: MarkTAW.com

by oneafrikan on February 17, 2005

With the US not getting involved in the Kyoto Protocol, this: _Global Oil Production and Consumption :: MarkTAW.com, seems to be relevant right now… I’ve been asking myself: Does George Bush want to go down in history as the US (…)

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Ready To Test For Your Belt? (Getting Things Done)

by oneafrikan on February 17, 2005

Reading: _Ready To Test For Your Belt? (Getting Things Done) :: MarkTAW.com It’s a pretty good run down of the different stages in a GTD implementation, and looking at it, I’m somewhere inbetween a Green and Brown belt. More on (…)

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