Senegal Developers Conference March 22nd – March 23rd 2005

Im off tomorrow to Senegal for a two day Developers Conference. The main Speaker will be Mr. Francois Bonin, whom ive mentioned previously in this blog, a Visual C# MVP from Ghana who will conduct the sessions in French (i’m still working on my French skills). The first day’s audience will be mainly Enterprise developers and the…

Off to the Bob Marley Festival in Ethiopia

In just under two hours from now, i’ll be on a flight to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia to attend the Bob Marley Festival that kicks off tomorrow February 6th. Hope to meet some of y’all !


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Interop Month Kicks Off

Interoperability Month begins today January 18 2005 – are you tuned in? Microsoft announces a month-long webcast series focusing on interoperability – why it matters to the business, common strategies and methods, and guidance on specific implementation scenarios between the major platform players. This series will feature over 40 webcasts, cool giveaways, and brand-new technical guidance…


Blogging Again

I’m back blogging again after a very busy four months and a short vacation (in Switzerland & Italy) that was much needed. I spoke at the Pakistan Developers Conference as well as hosted two security events in Nigeria, Ghana and two DevDays events in Mauritius and Réunion Islands (French translated) with the help of my usual gang of speakers, Malek… goes live

Highlights of the my last few weeks I was a speaker at the Microsoft Technology Week in Saudia Arabia (May 15th -May 18th 2004) where we did a 3 city tour (Riyadh, Jeddah & Khobar) amongst other speakers like Hans Verbeeck and Gurkan Salk. I hosted the Microsoft DevDays Ethiopia (May 27th 2004) which was very successful…


Microsoft Localizing Kiswahili

Microsoft has a launched a global initiative termed Local Language program, to provide desktop software and tools to government customers by collaborating with local experts governments, universities and other interested parties to help build a robust local IT economy. To this end, Kiswahili was chosen as one of the languages to be initiated as one…


Guerilla.NET in Istanbul

So i’m on the 19th floor of this hotel that overlooks the Bosphorus, the scene from my window could not get any better, its amazing!  Developmentor’s Guerilla.NET one week course in Istanbul, Turkey has been a great success, i’ve had a great time. Prior to coming here, i was in Dubai for the Microsoft Research Academic Days….


Great Day at Microsoft DevDays Kenya 2004

So i just came from back from the venue where we just concluded DevDays Kenya 2004. It was a great event, the turnout, the speakers, the stage setup and more. The Stage Lighting was done by the same company that did the lighting for Sean Paul when he was here on tour so i was blown away by…