Justin Coetzee
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UCT and US Business Students looking to gain experience with a tech start-up?
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If there are any UCT or US business students looking to gain experience with a tech start-up working on mobile products in the SoLoMo field - please get in touch.I am interested in  chatting to…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mohammed Waseem Sader Jan 17, 2012.

Webhosting provider recommendations
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We have completed our prototype, and are gearing up to launch our first product. With that in mind, we need to start considering a web-hosting service provider. I've used Bluehost in the past, and we…Continue

Tags: recommendations, provider, service, webhosting

Started this discussion. Last reply by Nerudo Mregi Sep 28, 2011.

Web development for a client
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I have a client who is looking for the development of a members' portal. My client is a wellness and healthy living company, who would like to offer their subscribers a range of online services by…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kagiso Mutlaneng May 13, 2011.

MXit Expertise
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Does anyone have expertise in programming for the MXit platform?

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Bradly Angelo Swart Mar 1, 2011.

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Tim Lunn and Justin Coetzee are now friends
Aug 1, 2013
Justin Coetzee and Nerudo Mregi are now friends
May 14, 2012
Justin Coetzee replied to Mark Koekemoer's discussion #meetup for chat around startup ideas in Silicon Cape
"Hi Mark - I think this is a great idea... I'll definitely try and make these meetups."
Mar 29, 2012
Justin Coetzee left a comment for Justin Coetsee
"Hi Justin - when would you be available on Friday to meet? Where are you going to be?"
Mar 28, 2012
Justin Coetzee posted a status
"mobi.lity are finalists in the Gauteng Innovation Competition - winners announced at Innovation Hub tomorrow night! Think good thoughts pls!"
Mar 26, 2012
Justin Coetzee left a comment for Mariska du Preez
"What is a Marketing Engineer?"
Mar 23, 2012
Justin Coetsee left a comment for Justin Coetzee
"So now I have found the guy who keeps taking the user name "JustinCo" everytime I try join something ;-). Nice to meet you, you seem to be involved in some interesting stuff, I am probably flying to CT next week Fri for the day, if you…"
Mar 22, 2012
Justin Coetzee left a comment for Justin Coetsee
"No ways! A difference of a S and a Z....... Nice to meet you Justin Coetsee..."
Mar 21, 2012
Justin Coetzee updated their profile
Mar 21, 2012
Justin Coetzee posted a status
"mobi.lity has been selected as a Top 5 finalist for the Gauteng Innovation Competition! Video interviews today. Representing #siliconcape"
Mar 21, 2012
Justin Coetzee commented on Peter McFall's blog post Waytag Concludes Global Agreement with TomTom
"Congratulations Peter! That is fantastic progress on your part.... Well done!"
Mar 21, 2012
Justin Coetzee is now friends with Ziggy Heuer and Marco-Hans Van Der Willik
Feb 24, 2012
Mohammed Waseem Sader replied to Justin Coetzee's discussion UCT and US Business Students looking to gain experience with a tech start-up?
"D***.Okay thanks..."
Jan 17, 2012
Justin Coetzee replied to Justin Coetzee's discussion UCT and US Business Students looking to gain experience with a tech start-up?
"You would need to be Cape Town based for the project... So CPUT is also acceptable."
Jan 17, 2012
Nerudo Mregi replied to Justin Coetzee's discussion Webhosting provider recommendations
"I still use Hertzner although I shout at them at times."
Sep 28, 2011
Donald Garlick replied to Justin Coetzee's discussion Webhosting provider recommendations
"I prefer GridHost.co.za over Hetzner - I find them cheaper for smaller/medium packages and their customer service is great.   Linode is a good option is you need a VPS (virtual private server), but in most cases a standard shared hosting is…"
Sep 23, 2011

Profile Information

Who are you?
I am the founder of mobi.lity - a mobile laboratory for transport-related products.

The subject was the research subject of my Masters of Transportation Engineering thesis, mobi.lity provides real-time public transportation information through mobile channels. At this stage, we are open to discussions regarding seed capital and mentors.

*Update*

A Mobile Advanced Traveller Information System for the UCT Jammie Shuttle will be launched in February to provide real-time arrival and departure times for the 29-vehicle Jammie Shuttle fleet at UCT. This mobile solution is targetting 40,000 boardings a day.

*Update 2*
www.jammie.mobi is live and running - test it out. We have just won a tender to provide mobi-technology for Metrorail Western Cape - www.metrorail.mobi is up and running as well....
Where can you be found on the web, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc?
eMail: justin@igentribe.com
www.mobile.igentribe.com
tweet: @igentribe
In what place did you last go to school or other institute of learning?
Masters of Engineering, University of Stellenbosch

Justin Coetzee's Blog

mobi.lity takes 3rd place at Gauteng Innovation Competition!

mobi.lity has represented the Silicon Cape at the Gauteng Innovation Competition, and taken 3rd place in the Mobile category. This is a great achievement for mobi.lity, as preference was given to Gauteng-based companies who presented proposals to the competition, sponsored by the Provincial Government of Gauteng.
 
Mobi.lity is a mobile information platform that integrates different agencies real-time data into a meaningful and personalized experience for public…
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Posted on March 27, 2012 at 21:26

Straight-A students? A thing of the past

iGens will not care about things they do not care about.

Wow! Shocker, right? Not actually…

The Internet age has given us unlimited options, and the power to choose. When was the last time you spent any amount of time browsing a site you weren’t actually interested in? (And efiling does not count!) iGen carry this expectation of choice and being able to pursue only…

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Posted on February 9, 2011 at 11:35 — 1 Comment

What is iGen Tribe all about?

 

The world shifted in 1982.

Machine of the Year, 1983

That was the year Time magazine named the Personal Computer as “Machine of the Year”. Computers, the Internet, and more lately, cellphones have had an irreversible effect on the next generation. People born after 1982 have experienced…

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Posted on January 24, 2011 at 11:30

The 4 promises that iGen needs to keep in 2011

A lot of iGens return to work this week, so it seems the perfect time for us as iGen Tribe to start empowering our generation. Now is an appropriate time to think about the year ahead of us, and especially what we want to accomplish as a generation. For those of you who don’t know, an iGen is a young person who grew up in a world where technology became ubiquitous. (Roughly, those born between 1985 and 1995).



If you are of this generation (or on the fringes of it), think about your… Continue

Posted on January 11, 2011 at 22:09

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At 9:53 on March 22, 2012, Justin Coetsee said…

So now I have found the guy who keeps taking the user name "JustinCo" everytime I try join something ;-).

Nice to meet you, you seem to be involved in some interesting stuff, I am probably flying to CT next week Fri for the day, if you have some time I wouldn't mind grabbing a coffee to have a chat.

Thanks,

Justin

At 11:37 on September 21, 2011, Roger Hislop said…
Hi - sure, always good to make connections! What's your company name? Korwe focuses on mobile - enterprise integration middleware (what is sometimes called "mobile enterprise application platforms") - acts as a shim/translation layer/interface between .mobi (device recognition, session persistence, security, reformatting, etc) and enterprise back ends (APIs, message queues, DB interfaces, BI, reporting, etc etc).
At 15:46 on May 20, 2011, Carl Muller said…

Justin, I am flying down to Cape Town next week sometime to do a few presentations to some groups. If possible and I have the time I would like to meet you.

 

Carl.

At 12:41 on March 31, 2011, Carl Muller said…

Justin,

 

have you got a landline?

At 21:20 on March 30, 2011, Carl Muller said…

We are taking or achievement motivation program to schools and communities. If you are interested to get involved contact me.

 

www.vulamehlo.co.za
At 18:05 on February 14, 2011, Justin Beswick said…
Hey Justin, thanks for the contact...iGen seems to take note of the Y Generation and THEIR wants..must be interesting seeing how corporates listen and respond to your recommendations...I hope they do, for their sake :)
At 16:38 on January 22, 2011, Patrick Kayton said…
iGen looks it's founded on some interesting ideas. How's it all going?
At 14:17 on January 17, 2011, Benjamin Shaw said…
Absolutely, let me know when is convenient either this week or next!  Your concept is really awesome...
 
 
 

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