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25
Feb
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TedxAfrica

Marek Zmyslowski brings some new insight into why people love doing business in Africa and into (Foreign Investment into Africa and new Business Development in Africa). Please watch his youtube video.

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17
Jan
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10 Things you did not know about Angular.js

Angular is an open source javascript framework written and maintained by the angular team at Google; 1) Every version of Angular greater than 2 is just called Angular. 2) With Angular’s latest version, you need to have Node.js and NPM installed to RUN it 3) Angular (like React), recently introduced Service Workers. A Service Worker […]

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14
Oct
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The Google AJAX API for Geodata

I recently signed up to Codementor and applied to become a mentor to other developers o. Codementor is a great site, with many tutorials and articles on things both interesting and inspiring. They also have a variety of tutorials and courses for both beginners and developers with advanced skill/capability. The following is an adaptation of […]

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2
Jan
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Leaders Read

When I was at University I followed a course on Leadership. Perhaps because I was elected the group leader for my Systems Development Team… Perhaps because I was generally interested in people and how they develop and respond to people in leadership roles… Systems Development basically involves the interesting part around computers and the people […]

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18
Oct
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Applying technology to human needs

Are there ways that I myself or the company that I am working for is not yet exploiting technology for the benefits that its use has to offer? Here are a couple of questions that was asked by Nobel Prize Winner Muhammed Yunus about thinking about the use of technology differently, and how we can […]

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24
Aug
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The politics of pricing: Why no joy

I read the following on LinkedIn, and it got me thinking about pricing theory: the way prices are set and the way that individuals respond. The whole process should be rational, right? Market demand and supply creating an economy that is reasonably fair. The following gentleman’s experience was contrary to the commonly taught theory. You […]

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15
Aug
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My quest for

Click here to participate in social media research Related articles across the web Social Media Facts and Statistics for 2016 The secret behind a good social media marketing strategy Social Media Tips & Tools To Post Smarter: The Importance Of Content 5 Social Media Automation Tools that Don’t Make You Look Like a Robot

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20
Mar
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Images with Dynamic Captions (JQuery)

IsoTut Series: First Entry Have you ever used Image Buttons on your website – either for a menu or a portfolio, but wanted to enhance their display by adding captions activated on a Mouse-over event for effect? Animations can really change/enhance the look and feel of your web-site. The majority of people are impressed by […]

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2
Jan
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Crowdfunding vs Fundraising

GravityLight is an idea from two British designers that gets its energy from gravity: A 22-pound bag of sand that gradually cranks a gear-train attached to a D.C. motor. One lift is enough for 30 minutes of light, and recharging is as simple as pushing the weight up again. Martin Riddiford and Jim Reeves are […]

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13
Nov
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Source code versioning: Why we love SVN

If you have been programming for long enough you have probably had situations where your svn solution made you very angry. Last week I had one of those moments, and so, considering the hugeness of the pitfall that I found myself in, once again had to go over the benefit I have had from the […]

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