Posts Tagged “london”

In praise of routine

by oneafrikan on February 8, 2012

For the first time since October 2008, I’ve been in one place for more than 6 months. Long enough to get into a routine and start to feel like I’m living a normal’ish life. Long enough to feel like I (…)

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Front End Developer job in London, at Kublax

by oneafrikan on August 27, 2009

Location: London, UK Description: Do you believe in user-focused, web standard design and development, driven by simplicity? Kublax is a financial services SaaS start-up based in London, looking for a motivated UI person to help deliver a compelling product for (…)

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Spread the word: South Africans abroad can vote overseas

by oneafrikan on March 12, 2009

Just in case you didn’t know: The Constitutional Court ruled this morning that expatriate South Africans have the right to vote! Only those already registered will be eligible to vote, and must notify the chief electoral officer of their intention (…)

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It’s not about being the most frugal

by oneafrikan on October 29, 2008

Henrik comments on my Building a Startup You Love (is Hard) pdf / ebook _ Henrik Torstensson’s Weblog: It is not about being the most frugal Indeed, frugality is a great trait to have, in my humble opinion, when building (…)

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Shake and bake baby – MyHeritage buys Kindo

by oneafrikan on September 29, 2008

A few years ago, I think it was October 2005 to be exact, I was leaving Open Box Software, and had decided to go it on my own, for the second time. If someone had asked me then if today (…)

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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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