Podcasts

Listen to our thrilling tech podcasts , hosted by the best in Uganda's tech industry with guests to die for

Podcasts

Listen to our thrilling tech podcasts , hosted by the best in Uganda's tech industry with guests to die for

Techjaja Podcast 007: Social Media as a job and as a...

Social media is just a play house until you discover that some individuals (organizations) use it has a business tool. In this podcast we talk social media management

Techjaja Podcast 006: The plight of a woman in tech

Many ladies love their games, coding and networking, yet so few stay in the Tech world. Why is this? Are the males pushing them out?

Techjaja Podcast 005:The State of IT Education and IT industry in...

Our topic of discussion was the state of the IT industry and IT education in Uganda. We dissected where the divide of the IT industry and IT academia springs from and how to bridge that gap.

Techjaja Podcast 004: Roger’s virtual baby, Internet data speeds report and...

Roger gets to explain his paternity leave which turned out to be full of virtual babies, we get to discuss Techjaja's report on the 3G and 4G-LTE mobile data speeds report for the different telecos. How affair, was it? How was it done?

The Techjaja Podcast 003: Social Media in Uganda #Awards

Our topic of discussion was the social media awards 2015 and their contribution to the industry ,nomination process ,voting process,awards' categorization, new considerations, suggestions and judges recommendation to would-be participants but according to the 2013 edition. We were not able to have Ortega Ian on the show (a representation of the winners in the previous edition) due to show rescheduling but appreciate his effort in trying to make time for the show.

The Techjaja Podcast 002:Internet Freedoms, Storipot & SpamSMS

Our second podcast for the month of December comes to you before the end of the year. We talk with the ladies from CIPESA and our resident panelist James about Internet freedoms in Uganda and Child online protection. A one stop shop for Ugandan online content is now at storipot. MTN Spam SMS debacle.

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