Hiring Bounty, a new local tech startup, aims to solve the companies recruitment challenge, by harnessing the power of the crowd. By leveraging trusted networks between people, Hiring Bounty is able to identified skilled candidates and place them in better suited jobs, faster and at a lower cost, when compared to recruitment agents.
Umonya is an amazing initiative that will be providing Python training during Software Week in October. It was started as an initiative by students from University of Cape Town and has been held at Stellenbosch University and now at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology.
Umonya is an initiative that primarily aims to expand the availability and accessibility of computer science in South Africa. Allowing children who would usually not have the opportunity,…Continue
Our international guest speakers at the Software Week Conference will provide local software professionals with an amazing opportunity to gain insight directly from those who have had a significant impact and contribution to software and software engineering as we know it today.
Ed Yourdon was inducted into the Computer Hall of Fame for his contribution to software engineering. He was a leading developer of structured methodology in the 70s and…Continue
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I can still remember as a child when Duke Nukem 3D came out. It was two years after South Africa did away with apartheid and had become a democracy. The international barriers had come down and the censorship of the old days was no longer there to prevent violent games such as Duke Nukem from reaching our shores. Duke Nukem was the first multiplayer networked game to make it big in South Africa, or at least that was my experience of the whole thing. Every kid that was fortunate enough…
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When you are single and actively putting yourself out in the dating wilderness, a small part of you is always subjectively biased to the potential partners that you meet along the way. Most of us who put up emotional walls in a vain attempt of protecting our fragile egos would say that this is not true. But you can’t deny the fact that when we are desperately single and we meet someone nice, part of us hopes that the person standing in front of us will tick all of the boxes we are…Continue
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As a result of the dedicated, joint efforts of our committee member Lianne DuToit and www.brokenkeyboards.com, The Silicon Cape Initiative is now able to offer a free service for locating points of free WiFi access on a map of your area via this resource.
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Google launches Gmail SMS service in three African countries
While much of the developed world has grown used to high-speed internet access, the majority of the African continent remains without reliable and affordable internet, placing modern communication staples like email firmly out of reach to most. However, Google has recently announced Gmail SMS, a new…
Added by Kunal Roychoudhury on July 21, 2012 at 21:00 — No Comments
The global mobile advertising market was valued at over $5.3 billion for 2011. The IAB Mobile Marketing Center of Excellence, IAB Europe, and HIS Screen Digest came together to size the mobile advertising market at a global and regional level.
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With our committee election coming up in November we'd like to encourage you to think about who you would nominate to take up a specific portfolio seat on the committee. Take a minute to read a brief description of the first four committee portfolios, and we'll tell you more about the other four next month.
Any member of the committee should ideally have a strong ambition for…
Added by Tim Lind on July 21, 2012 at 14:00 — No Comments
During the Software Week from the 13th to the 19th of October 2012, we will be attempting to set a World Record for the number of people trained, mentored and certified in a software skill in one week.
We have 100 FREE Seats to Software Week for SiliconCape Participants
We are offering 100 free seats to the 3 Day Software Week conference from the 15th to the 17th October at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) to SiliconCape…Continue
A new Cape Town-based school for entrepreneurs is set to open its doors in September 2012.
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Have you heard of AIESEC? The world's largest youth-run organisation has 60,000 members in 110 countries. For over 60 years AIESEC has been sending young people on international internships around the world.
AIESEC UCT is growing rapidly. Being the first AIESEC committee in Africa, founded in 1958, we are busy going through a rapid growth phase and looking for partners for our internship programs.
We have a massive database full of talent in all fields ranging…Continue
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By Tefo Mohapi
Today, Kenyan seed investment fund 88mph launched its accelerator program in Africa, aiming to invest in another 8-15 startups that target the African mobile/web market.
88mph has invested in 7 Kenyan technology startups since August 2011.
For the upcoming program, tech startups…Continue
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There are mainly 2 kinds of keyloggers which are generally encountered by the particular computer users. Included in this are software keyloggers in addition to hardware keyloggers. The essential way of application of hardware keyloggers is via the actual bios of the personal computer or alternatively, it may also be launched by simply placing a unit in between the computer keyboard and the personal computer.
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Many have referred mockingly to social networking as social “notworking” but there are great employment benefits to be gained from looking online. Firstly the word networking explains it all – you can connect with likeminded people from all over the world and forge relationships that may advance your career once they are realised offline. There are many other reasons why the web can simplify your job search.…Continue
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*** Service providers are increasingly under pressure to enable parents to protect children online
*** Mobiflock provides a flexible,…Continue
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This is a presentation we did that showcases many of the cool things you can do with Prezi all the while following the story of "Alice in Wonderland". Enjoy!
Check out the original Prezi here -> https://prezi.com/xwja941po289/wonderland/ We're featured on the front…Continue
Do you have some free time to take on a wordpress project as a freelancer. Send me an email for more info.
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