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My #WordCampKampala session on SSL

Today is the D-Day for #WordCampKampala. Everything has started as scheduled. Earlier speakers have delivered inspiring talks on creating an online Digital Footprint, doing Website Consultancy and doing SEO as an Internet Marketing Strategy. Arthur Kasirye talking about SEO as an Internet Marketing Strategy Christo Innocent leading a session on How to establish and expand your Digital Footprint online. My Session: Moving Toward SSL At 12:30 pm, I am going to lead a session on SSL, What it is, Why you should care about it and How to do it. I will also do a practial demo at the end Read More

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INFORMATION ON S6 LEAVERS PUJAB FORMS FOR 2017/2018 ACADEMIC YEAR

PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES ADMISSIONS Board (PUJAB) is a committee comprising representatives from all public universities to oversee the public university admissions. The PUJAB offices are housed at Makerere University Senate building. PUJAB conducts government admissions for the eight public universities of Makerere, Gulu, Kabale, Kyambogo, Lira, Muni, Busitema and Mbarara University of Science and Technology (MUST), as well as Makerere University Business School (MUBS). Government sponsors 4,000 students every academic year. 3,000 are admitted on academic merit while another 1,000 are admitted on the district quota system. The application form for placement of students to public universities is completed by Senior Read More

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See you at WordCamp Kampala 2017 as we discuss Web Development with WordPress

I have been confirmed as one of the speakers at the forthcoming WordCamp Kampala 2017, to be held @OutboxHub from 16th to 17 December 2017. I am going to lead two sessions, one on SSL and another on WordPress Child themes. What are WordCamps? WordCamps are casual, locally-organized conferences covering everything related to WordPress, the leading open source content management software (CMS) that powers over 75 million sites on the web (over 25% of the world’s websites). WordCamps are attended by people ranging from blogging newbies to professional web developers and consultants, and usually combine scheduled programming with unconference sessions and Read More