This is a video of a short but fun random chat that I had with Michael Pedersen of Uhasibu a couple of weeks ago at the inaugural WordCamp Kenya 2011 that was held at Crayfish Camp in Naivasha. In a nutshell, we talked about the pros and cons of WordPress
It was back in May 2011 that I did a blog post here about the launch of PesaPi which is an open source API for Safaricom’s M-Pesa that integrates to the web. Since then, PesaPi has become increasingly popular and my favorite geek Mike Pedersen who is behind PesaPi has
Uhasibu, the award-winning, cloud-based, and mobile web capable accounting application designed for Kenya.
Uhasibu is a cloud-based accounting application that has been developed by Michael Pedersen whom I featured in a blog post here last month on PesaPi, an open source API for Safaricom’s M-Pesa that he also developed. It seems that Mike has been busier than I thought and from what I