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Dale Zak Joins Ushahidi’s Mobile Rodeo

Dale ZakDale Zak has been a long-time volunteer developer on the Ushahidi platform. He created the Windows Mobile app, and has been helpful connecting and working with our other friends and partners at places like The Extraordinairies and FrontlineSMS. His work is always top-notch, and he’s widely respected within the mobile app dev circles in our non-profit space as one of the best around.

Gaining Advantages Through Languages - of Code

When people talk of the many languages of Africa, and need for localized content, they're often thinking about English, French, Kiswalhili, or Xhosa.

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But in the technology space we have our own languages in addition to these. We have languages of hardware and networking, from servers, to routers, to nodes and bridges, to the languages of code, like PHP, Java, and C++.
Thanks to Jonathan Gosier, we now know the popularity of each programming language in Africa with this handy chart:

Gaining Advantages Through Languages - of Code

When people talk of the many languages of Africa, and need for localized content, they're often thinking about English, French, Kiswalhili, or Xhosa.

tweetmeme_source = 'ICT_works'; Share

But in the technology space we have our own languages in addition to these. We have languages of hardware and networking, from servers, to routers, to nodes and bridges, to the languages of code, like PHP, Java, and C++.
Thanks to Jonathan Gosier, we now know the popularity of each programming language in Africa with this handy chart:

Gaining Advantages Through Languages - of Code

When people talk of the many languages of Africa, and need for localized content, they're often thinking about English, French, Kiswalhili, or Xhosa.

tweetmeme_source = 'ICT_works'; Share

But in the technology space we have our own languages in addition to these. We have languages of hardware and networking, from servers, to routers, to nodes and bridges, to the languages of code, like PHP, Java, and C++.
Thanks to Jonathan Gosier, we now know the popularity of each programming language in Africa with this handy chart:

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