Be Inspired: Success is not a straight line but you cannot stop believing in that one reason why it will work

Growing up in remote part of Nakuru, Kenya was one of the best thing that could ever happen to me. I learned to stick-fight, an essential knowledge to any rural African boy and I become adept at it’s various techniques, parrying blows, feinting in one direction and striking in another, breaking away from an opponent with a quick footwork. As boys, we were mostly left to our own devices. We molded animals and birds out of clay. Nature was our playground. Continue reading “Be Inspired: Success is not a straight line but you cannot stop believing in that one reason why it will work”

Smart City: The Role of Big Data in Managing Chaotic Forces of Growth in Modern Cities, Especially Road Traffic

Cities have always been the beating heart of the world economy, the global culture pulse. Today, the speed and scale of expansion in cities is astonishing and that present a choice, mega cities turmoil or consciously inviting urban environment. A smart city.

Nairobi is one of those city poised to move in a smart direction. With standard gauge railway service breathing life into the city and drawing more people to the city, Continue reading “Smart City: The Role of Big Data in Managing Chaotic Forces of Growth in Modern Cities, Especially Road Traffic”

Google: A global Vacuum Cleaner of Digital Data

Google search engine is a technological phenomena which was born in hotbed of technological innovation in the computer sciences department at Stanford University. In just over eighteen years, Google has become one of the Silicon Valley biggest and the most unconventional player.

Larry Page and Sergey Brin founded Google in 1998, the primary mission of Google was to organize all the world information and make it universally accessible and useful. They estimated that it will take 300 years before they accomplish Continue reading “Google: A global Vacuum Cleaner of Digital Data”

The Heart Of Champion

When I was growing up in remote part of Nakuru, Kenya. I could ray out in grass, watch the star at night, play football with my buddies and go hunting for rabbits in the forest, that was a good life. In African culture, every boy must have his fare share of hunting rabbits. Besides, it’s our way of life, but now since I have been little bit older, different subject.

Me and my younger sister are luck to have been brought up by parents who instilled good values in us when we were growing up. Some of the values included Continue reading “The Heart Of Champion”

Has The Death of PHP programing Language been Cemented in 21st Century? We Don’t Think So.

As a young programmer, one of the best quality to become an elite programmer is to be a good problem solver. But sometime this can be overwhelming, there are many programming language out there, from Java, Python, Ruby, PHP,to mention but a few. All of this programing languages have their merits and demerits.

One of the question I have been asking myself, or better yet. One of the burning question that people ask is whether PHP will be in use in next Continue reading “Has The Death of PHP programing Language been Cemented in 21st Century? We Don’t Think So.”

I thought the hacker was in trouble.

(Reuters) – High school student David Dworken spent 10 to 15 hours between classes on his laptop, hacking U.S. Defense Department websites. Instead of getting into trouble, the 18-year-old who graduated this week was one of two people praised by Secretary of Defense Ash Carter at the Pentagon on Friday for finding vulnerabilities before U.S.…

via Defense Secretary Carter thanks teen for hacking the Pentagon — VentureBeat