I’ve been writing a blog post every week for almost a year and at some point the engine is running out. This week, it’s come to the point where I had absolutely no idea or inspiration about what I could write about in a matter of a few hours. There are a lot of things…
We have been getting calls about an upcoming Creating Minds Summit (CMS) since our own event in March 2017. There is a need to differentiate between the two entities involved.
We (Samuel and I) were there yesterday, to represent Daydah at the event.
Glad we made it early, as seats were eaten up faaast!
Girls4ICT day has come and gone.
Kudos to the I.B.I Centre, Media Range Ltd, Veritrax Solutions, iCom.ng, all the sponsors (including Union Bank, Wordpress) and everyone else that took time out to make it happen (forgive me if I omitted your name or company). It was a great day. And a big thank you to the schools that agreed to bring their students to participate.
Looking back at all the stress of reaching out, publicizing, looking for sponsors, even going to KISS FM to talk about the event on radio, I must say the planning committee did a very good job. Never mind that we had to postpone the event from the original day marked globally, because 90% of the schools that were to participate had not resumed.
Find some pictures in our Instagram feed.
I was the first tech speaker at the event, and my topic was 'Why I Code' (My slides are available at Speaker Deck
Since March, the feeds for our official Daydah Blog has not worked.
We first discovered this when the Ironblogger network bot claimed we did not have a weekly post. Even though the post was visible to the human eye, the bot claimed there was no entry for the week.
After several weeks of this issue, we were certain that the bot had it in for us.
Thanks to my issues with phones recently, I have become addicted to tinkling with Android phone operating systems. Once I get one, the first thought that comes to mind is how to root it, and install a custom operating system on it. The ability to actually remove all the heavy bloatware that comes with a stock firmware on a phone, is a huge relief!
, the hub to be in Kaduna if you are interested in what's hot on the tech scene, is hosting a Facebook party.
Its actually a Facebook Bot party, and its for developers and others who are interested in understanding Facebook's Bot Framework and how it works. There is a Facebook Bot Challenge ongoing, and we hear that prizes are up for grabs.
CoLab is in Kaduna (duh!), but not to worry. The train express is so cool right about now! It will definitely be a fun trip to and fro for anyone going from Abuja.
Date: March 25th, 2017.
Interested? Curious? Then sign up via this form asap
See you there!
We (at CoLab) are having a Facebook sponsored Bot Party on the 25th of March, to walk devs through Facebook's Bot Framework and encourage people to enter the Facebook Bot Challenge.
In my first blog post this year, I wrote a list of goals/habits that I’d like to achieve in 2017. They were all more or less specific enough to be able to hold myself to it, check in regularly to see where I am at and if they are still realistic. I thought 2 months …
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Application for our second cohort is still open, if you are building an awesome product that solves a real problem or know anyone who is, we would love for you to apply or share the link with them.
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A couple of weeks ago I posted a story about going to the beach, which I had written as part of a writing course. This week I am sharing another writing piece of mine. The challenge was to describe a 10 second event, only actions, in the first or third person, such as a kiss, …
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