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Zimbabwean Universities doing a disservices to Zimbabwe's ICT industry! PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Monday, 17 November 2014 08:14

What is happening to Zimbabwean Universities???? We have been looking for Java developers with knowledge of Spring Framework or just good developers who can learn Java quickly. We get a lot of interested "job seekers", but none with the required skills. We only get chancers who can not program beyond "Hello Word"! I am personally very disappointed with our tertiary education system! Its time we make a "VOTE OF NO CONFIDENCE" in these vice-chancellors who are churning out thousands of clueless graduates onto the market every year! I thought students should be doing their projects in Spring, Django, Yii, Android, etc.

The ICT field has the lowest barrier to innovation. Not much investment is required. Just a computer and a couple of great open source platforms can create shockwaves...... but alas, not in Zimbabwe. Universities should be the breeding ground for great innovators............

Undo Send Email under Gmail! PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Thursday, 05 December 2013 09:36

GoogleThere are times when you hit the Send button on your email by mistake. This can happen when you receive an email send to many people and then your intention is to send to one person only but you chose reply all by mistake! You may also attach a wrong file or picture and realise this just as you hit the send button! You can also send an email to the wrong address altogether! Imagine you have a rude joke about your boss and you want to send to your colleagues but a mistake results in the boss' email on the list of recipient!

A mistake like this is usually picked as you hit the send button. GMail has a great feature that allows you to undo send email. Obviously there is a small window of opportunity to do this. Currently, Gmail gives you a 30 second window to undo an email. 30 seconds is a lot of time to save your job, contract, relationship, etc. Below is a step by step process of how to enable the Undo Send feature of Gmail.


Last Updated on Thursday, 05 December 2013 10:18
Open Source Data Centre Hardware PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Friday, 07 June 2013 19:56

The Open Compute Project (OCP) is an initiative to build one of the most efficient computing infrastructures at the lowest possible cost. It was launched two years ago to create "open source" data center hardware. That means hardware vendors like HP, Dell and Cisco don't control the product designs. Instead, customers like Facebook and Goldman Sachs do.

OCP's designs call for fewer materials and minimal cost, but require faster performance than what vendors typically offer.

More importantly, OCP gives the designs away to everyone for free. Any enterprise can take them, modify them, and send them out to contract manufacturers, who are standing by to build them.

Last Updated on Friday, 07 June 2013 20:01
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