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Whatsapp is ending support on various phones. On an article dated 7th May 2019 on the app’s blog, the service providers wrote that by the end the year, individuals using Windows phones globally will not be able to access the app. This comes just days after the 7th anniversary of the app. When Whatsapp was […]

Microsoft announced the private preview launch of Visual Studio Online, an online code editor the company is positioning as a companion to Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code. The service is based on the Visual Studio Code, Microsoft’s popular free and open-source desktop code editor. According to Techcrunch the Visual Studio Online will also support […]

“Depression is an inevitable consequence of the vow of male silence.” Atkinson Nige. Indeed, bottled up feelings of anger, sadness and fear result in mental health problems. Our men have been brought up in a society that considers emotions a sign of weakness. Men are taught and expected to act tough and hide weakness. Men […]

Being the newbie blows. The first few weeks are not only draining but also exhausting. New people and culture to assimilate prove difficult particularly while still striving to learn exactly what the job description there is. It is ridiculous because trust, even the askari will take a nudge at you. The vulnerability that is wrapped […]

I recently sat through various pitches by Kenyan startups and during most of them the founders kept indicating their target market as “Millennials”, a statement I have been hearing dropped for a number of years but since this time I was a passive observer my brain kicked into some gear. A quick online search brought […]

Employers seek individuals who bring new and unique ideas. Whether you seek to be hired, promoted at your place of work or to start your own business, the truth remains; the world today is not for the average being anymore. You need to possess certain key skills that highlight your advantage over the rest of the […]

Having friends over is one of the cutest ways of spending time with loved ones. Be it, a partner, family a colleague maybe?? The chilled night ins, endless vulnerable conversations and just having them in your space is one of the very many ways of creating remarkable memories. However as much as you are casual […]

In our twenties, half of our lives revolve around our hustle. Especially in today’s society where our social standing speaks millions even before we open our mouths. The pressure to get a job, move out and earn a sizable amount of cash is usually at its peak. Days seem long and nights even longer as […]

Working from home can be snug. The endless distractions and the crippling laziness that comes with it makes it even worse. For most, it is not a choice rather a misfortune that has befallen us, especially after graduating ha-ha. It sure can leave you very frustrated with work piling up due to procrastination or hitting […]

Unemployment is something I was struggling with the whole of 2018. I wrote over 100 applications and went to more than 20 job interviews. After six months it finally paid off and I was offered my dream job. Bummer: As this dream job is not in my home country I am now bound to wait […]


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