The ‘ThirdWorld’ fallacy is only in YOUR mind

Sep 09, 2011 9 Comments by

God! I hate sleep. Sleep must be from from Satan. I look at my rolex and the time is right. It is 2011 in Kenya. 1981 in Uganda and 2013 in the US. Yes, biatch! We are catching up in a year or 2. Who in their right mind would want to sleep, while there […]

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The GoldMines of 2011 for the Brave Coders and Telcos

Jan 11, 2011 7 Comments by

Warning: This post, as usual, contains unexpurgated use of words starting with B, P, D and F. So if you are the sensitive type, DONT READ. If you read, DONT EMAIL ME complaining ati I am so incorrigible, If you email me DONT EXPECT a response. If you expect a response, don’t send another email […]

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The KenyaPolice Website hack – An Analysis

Jan 06, 2011 8 Comments by

And so, last Friday after Salat Jumaa, Teddy and his kambasam groupie called me and invited me to with them to Naivasha, CrayFish. I was in the middle of code, but decided to take this as a good chance to take a break from Anastacia (My Ubuntu 10.10 Laptop) and first of all, I backed […]

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2011 – Enough said…

Jan 03, 2011 3 Comments

The Kenyan coders are finally coming of age. The right tools and methodologies are finally in place. Everyone is testing and re-testing their apps before even an alpha release. Every student is putting down their ego and pride and seeking a seasoned mentor. Every mentor has grown balls to say “I don’t know, lemmi research […]

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