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Friends, this brilliant lady deserve your vote!
I have been chosen as 1 of the 10 Africans in the +africaconnected project. Kindly vote for me thru this link: http://www.africaconnected.com/be-inspired/107170997201853728367-sme-en/
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Bob Marley Said this for girls , but its relevant for anything too : 
If she's amazing, she won't be easy. If she's  easy, she won't be amazing. If she's worth it, you wont give up. If you  give up, you're not worthy. ..

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Lessons from Carrie Householder, senior manager of Buying and Product Management at Amazon, explains how a less-than-perfect job can propel your career forward.

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make sure you watch this twice

The first thing we should learn, after languages and numbers, is history. 

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Local time in Nigeria: 16:30 (4:30 pm)..... #GooglePhD
Hangout On Air: PhD opportunities at Google in Europe
Tuesday, June 19 at 17:30 CEST

Are you a Computer Science PhD student interested in a career at Google? We have a Hangout on Air just for you. Come learn more about opportunities for PhDs in non-traditional research roles at Google. Did you know that we have a variety of technical roles that need a substantial background in algorithms, maths, systems, networking, compiler technology, computer vision or artificial intelligence?

We’re having a Hangout on Air with Googlers with PhDs working in Europe in software engineering roles tomorrow, Tuesday, June 19 at 17:30 CEST (find your local time here: http://goo.gl/o0lIx). If you have questions, please submit them on our Moderator page (http://goo.gl/hM2BD) or by making a public post on Google+ and including the hashtag #GooglePhD .

Learn more about Research at Google by visiting research.google.com

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Today Inoorero University launches its completed wireless LAN; thanks to Google Apps Supporting Programs (GASP)-25 Wifi access points!
In countries like Kenya, where Internet bandwidth is relatively affordable and a research and education network like KENET (Kenya Education Network) exists, Google provides infrastructure matching grants to qualifying projects from participating universities. Such projects aim to improve Internet access on campus to the entire university community. Google’s support also includes technical consulting and training where required. 

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