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It’s time to write again

by oneafrikan on September 4, 2015

One of the things I enjoy the most is writing. Over the last while I’ve de-prioritised this for various reasons, and after some reflection over whether to bin the whole idea and stick to infrequent posts on Medium, or do (…)

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Africa to send troops, food parcels to UK as riots spread

by oneafrikan on August 10, 2011

Spare a thought…. ETHIOPIA. The African Union today adopted a unilateral resolution to deploy army troops and care packages to England as looting and violence spread from London to other major cities. Spokesperson Charity Khumalo said “We can no longer (…)

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From Africa to the world, with love

by oneafrikan on July 15, 2010

The landing of a series of undersea cables is going to solve an infrastructural problem that has long plagued Africa and will enable African technology developers to compete on a global stage. In order to properly realise the full potential of a global customer base, African technologists need to not only expose their work to the world, but to also expose themselves to the learnings and insights that the developed world has to offer.
– Written for TECH4AFRICA

Tips for landing a php job in London

by oneafrikan on June 30, 2008

OK, so I’ve not got long so will be brief and to the point with this one, in the hope that it will help some of the people that read this blog, and maybe even some of the folks that (…)

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Intruders.tv interview on Kindo (about scale/product/marketing/revenue)

by oneafrikan on June 30, 2008

Was at Open Coffee last week (looking for developers), and did this interview with Vincent and Eugene from Intruders.tv on Kindo. Talked about how we’ve tackled some of the usual web app issues like scaling our userbase, internationalisation, product dev, (…)

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Ariadne Capital : Entrepreneur Manifesto

by oneafrikan on June 23, 2008

Found this reading the London paper City A.M: Ariadne Capital : Entrepreneur Manifesto. … That Leaders are those people who create trust in society and their businesses, and that trust is efficient. Success is forged through competition and human greatness (…)

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Kindo in the guardian.co.uk

by oneafrikan on June 23, 2008

Brief summary of what Kindo is about in the Guardian: _ Elevator Pitch: Kindo makes a play for the family network niche | PDA: The Digital Content Blog | guardian.co.uk ;-)