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MAIYO K. JOSPHAT

Passionate about making devices talk to each another – the internet

The Journey.




electrical & electronic engineer

telecommunication major

web developer

iot

PORTFOLIO

Web Development wordpress

GREEN KENYA

Green-Kenya is a registered non-profit Organization with an aim of creating safe space for young people.

COLLONAIRE LTD

Collonaire Construction Limited is a private limited company involved in Construction of buildings, Road, Water and other civil works.

Our soccer team currently participating in the Super 8 Premier League, over the years the team has undergone transformations.

mchorozi

MCHOROZI STORES

Mchorozi Limited is a company dedicated to connecting farmers & vendors together. We ensure each party maximizes its profit.

umemesportsclub

UMEME SPORTS CLUB

Umeme sports club a pioneer in sports since 22/2/72 was initially formed as a self help youth group but later transformed into a NGO

reliablefriendschama

Reliable Friends Chama is Self Help Group registered on March 7th, 2018 under the Ministry of Labour and Social Protection. 

School Project IoT application

This is the final year (fifth year) project at the the School of Engineering, University of Nairobi.

SOCIAL MEDIA Iets connect

Amazing Photos On IG

Facebook Friends

1 years ago

Infohubspot

On this day in 1964, the first computer program written in BASIC was run at Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire. Invented by two Dartmouth professors—Thomas Kurtz (left) and John Kemeny—BASIC, an acronym for Beginner’s All-Purpose Symbolic Instruction Code, was designed to simplify computing and make computer programming accessible to all. With that idea in mind, Kemeny and Kurtz tried to use common English words with obvious meanings. Kemeny envisioned all people having access to computers and using them for such tasks as writing a letter or playing games. Variations on BASIC proliferated in the 1970s and 1980s. One of those variants was written by Bill Gates, who went on to found Microsoft. Kemeny and Kurtz have been credited with launching the open-source software movement and promoting computer literacy. (Photo credit: Dartmouth College) ...

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