A screening of Bokang Phelane‘s comedy web-series Angry Amber continued the night’s festivities as it set the stage for the night’s most anticipated event item; an exclusive preview of the anticipated South African horror film, Tokoloshe, provided by Ster-Kinekor.
Mobile car repair platform FIXXR to use the R500 000 it won from the #IBMStartupBootcamp to automate booking & ordering processes
This article lays out the benefits of entrepreneurial education from the perspective of the student, the university and the community and economy. We end with a hint of the challenges of providing such education — as a run-in to a subsequent article due to be published soon. However, before discussing the benefits, we begin by explaining what […]
In the 1990’s one of the world’s largest buyers of software, the US Government, had reached the end of its tether. An unacceptably large number of critical and expensive software development projects continued to fail, costing US taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars. Projects ran late, over budget and had major quality issues. Something had to be done to change this!
In an attempt to find a solution to what was known as “the Software Crisis” the US Government mandated the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh to come up with a solution. CMMI was the answer!
Organisers of the 2018 edition of the annual Fak’ugesi African Digital Innovation Festival have announced the program of activities that will take place at Tshimologong Precinct between 18 August and 29 September 2018.