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DevFest Accra is scheduled to take place on November 20 & 21 2015.
The event will focus on Android Design/Development, Material Design and UI/UX Training and feature the introduction of Google Launchpad, Apps Demo and a hackathon.

Register @  https://goo.gl/QoZ5IU

On Day 1, we shall delve into Android development using Material Design for the morning and afternoon sessions. The evening session will be a hackathon/competition based on the topics/areas explored in the morning.

Day 2, an introduction to the Google Launchpad Program, UX Labs,  a recap on I/O and demo sessions.

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You are invited to this year's DevFest.
Date: 20th & 21st November 2015.
Time- 9am each day
Register @  https://goo.gl/QoZ5IU
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Git in short +Nii Ankrah  +Manuel Djaba  
+Jeffrey Godwyll 
Spot on, considering I finally switched to git from svn only 2 months ago for all our projects.

And the caption: If that doesn't fix it, git.txt contains the phone number of a friend of mine who understands git. Just wait through a few minutes of 'It's really pretty simple, just think of branches as...' and eventually you'll learn the commands that will fix everything.

http://xkcd.com/1597/
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interesting read
How to treat people's names in your systems, while being mindful of the differences in naming conventions around the world.

Splitting up names into first name, middle name, family name etc. doesn't always make sense when dealing with people around the world. It's smarter to ask for a formal (legal) name, and an informal (preferred) name for addressing them in things like emails or addressing them in person. If you send communications to them in their native language, you may also want to collect the name in their native script as well.

Don't assume that their names can be expressed in just the English alphabet either. UTF-8 support is ideal, but you could also just allow accented characters and punctuations such as hyphens, apostrophes and exclamation marks at the minimum.

Via +Jonathon Fowler 

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