African Tech News Tidbits – Week of July 29th 2012

So what’s new in African Tech News? A bunch of interesting tidbits as usual. But before that, I need you to take some time and head over to Start Some Good and support the 30 Coders Campaign we are currently running to sponsor the training of 33 African software developers. Also don’t forget to tuneContinue reading “African Tech News Tidbits – Week of July 29th 2012”

African Tech News Tidbits – Week of July 22nd 2012

Welcome back to another edition! Don’t forget that we still need your help with training the next batch of African Software Engineers. And in Sunday’s African Tech Weekly, we will be interviewing Raindolf Owusu, creator of the Anansi Operating System, the first African Operating System. My story of the week: . Raindolf Owusu is aContinue reading “African Tech News Tidbits – Week of July 22nd 2012”

African Tech News Tidbits – Week of July 15th 2012

On this week’s African Tech Weekly show we will be discussing the exciting new Coders4Africa social campaign aimed at training 30 African programmers from September¬† to December 2012, following a ‘real life project training model’, 30 African coders will create 5 mobile and web solutions that will impact their communities. Please participate and help makeContinue reading “African Tech News Tidbits – Week of July 15th 2012”

African Tech News Tidbits: Week of July 8th 2012

The sister program to the African Tech News Tidbits is now live. The African Tech Weekly on Coders4Africa Radio will, as previously announced be broadcast every Sunday at 1:00PM East/17:00GMT from Koun Fayah Koun Studios in Laurel MD. We feature the movers and shakers of the African Tech world, those you have heard about andContinue reading “African Tech News Tidbits: Week of July 8th 2012”