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+Harriet Adansi  thanks..will call you before Friday..
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Just been named an MIT GSW Fellow. Another achievement for my team and I at +OasisWebSoft http://mitgsw.org/2015/speaker-lineup/raindolf-owusu/ ‪#‎Vimm‬ ‪#‎TeamOasis‬ 
Raindolf Owusu is a Ghanaian born Entrepreneur and Open Source Software Developer with a proven track record of successful projects. He is also the Founder and CEO of Oasis Websoft. A Ghanaian based technology startup. He is a strong advocate for Free and open-source software (FOSS) and this led ...
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Thank you for following us www.kilelefoundationkenya.com
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Download BISA from your google play store now. .Bisa is an android application that provides valuable health information, tips for managing your health, and also allows you to ask our health professional issues affecting your health. Learn more about the project here http://bisaapp.com/
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It's been exactly two years since we lost the amazing programmer and activist Aaron Swartz. We lost him to the unjust system thanks to MIT who sold him out. May he soul rest in peace. http://www.aaronsw.com
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A terrible loss...
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2014 was a great year in African tech eco-system. Enjoy my latest article which covers Investor Confidence in Startups, Tech Hubs and Software Development. 
2014 has been an exciting year for information technology and innovation in Africa. We saw more innovation hubs, accelerators and co-working spaces spring up across the African continent. Many more events and competitions were organized towards increasing the capacity of developers and startups and we have heard so many stories
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May this holiday season sparkle and shine. May all your wishes and dreams come true and may you feel this happiness all year round.

This sums up my year in technology. Next year is gonna be a good one. #Morevimm #cheers  Happy Holidays 
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Happy new year
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Enjoy my first international article on the Rise and Perils of Startups. Despite the attention paid to Africa’s successful tech entrepreneurs and the international funders that support them, many African startups face a host of obstacles, which hinder their success and profitability. Read and share. 
http://www.worldpolicy.org/blog/2015/04/14/rise-and-perils-west-african-startups 
Thanks to World Policy Institute, a think tank based in New York City for giving me the platform to speak up. At the end i'm a programmer with a big mouth !!
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You are most welcome
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Why Paypal ignored Ghana ?
In
the early 2000's in most west African countries including Ghana,
Nigeria and Senegal when the internet cafe was a new phenomenon, many
youngsters spent most of their time at the cyber cafe surfing the
internet. There was however a worrying trend that beg...
In the early 2000's in most west African countries including Ghana, Nigeria and Senegal when the internet cafe was a new phenomenon, many youngsters spent most of their time at the cyber cafe surfing the internet. There was h...
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+John Blossom The drug traffickers and pirates will always find a way to move their money around. They shouldn’t inconvenience us.
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My take on Online Privacy , the huge quantum of data we continue to share on social media and why we should care. I tried not to be too technical and made mention of our own Anas Aremeyaw Anas ‪#‎Enjoy‬ and dont forget our website is also live here http://oasiswebsoft.com/ 
In 2013, Edward Snowden, an American computer professional, leaked classified information from the National Security Agency (NSA). The revelations suggested that the NSA together with huge technology companies were involved in massive online surveillance and violation of internet privacy of users around the world. Edward Snowden: the whistleblower behind the
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Good reminders. As I say in +Content Nation we are publishers. People don't quite "get" that sometimes until it's too late...
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We've been working in the OasisWebSoft lab over the last few months for a 2015 relaunch. Check out our new website http://oasiswebsoft.com/ to understand our work, innovation, team and focus. You can pass by our office at Awoshie for us to transform your brand , idea with technology ( we provide cutting edge website,software and mobile app design ).

We're also using this occasion to launch http://bisaapp.com/ Our social innovation project BISA Bisa is an android application that provides valuable health information, tips for managing your health, and also allows you to ask our health professional issues affecting your health.

Send us an email and lets do business raindolf[at]oasiswebsoft.com
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Great stuff.. ..we need to talk man
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My piece on Apostle Dr. Kwadwo Safo innovations and the 34th Technology Exhibition. He is building incubators and electric cars. Elon Musk of Tesla Motors should watch! 
Ghana was the first country in Africa to gain independence in 1957 and has been blessed with natural resources like gold, diamonds and silver to name a few. The country has in return blessed the world with so many bright minds that have transformed many industries and fields. The first
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I hope that it works out, but auto marketing can be quite tricky. Let's hope for the best.
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Great interview with +regina agyare  #MoreVimmm  
Men have been dominant in the field of science and technology over the last century. The same can be said about Computer Science studes, most of the software and devices we use are attributed to the work of men, leaving behind the women working tirelessly in technology with little or
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I'm a writer,web and software developer.I like music,magic,computer coding and life.
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Open Source Software Developer with proven track record of successful projects. Capable of working independently and does well with a distributed team. Also, possess the ability to work on all the states of software development process from requirements to final deployment.I love computer coding, Africa, and open knowledge.I'm the Founder of http://oasiswebsoft.com/  and also a #Thoughtworker #PanAfricanist #Nkrumahist
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