Ce que j’ai publié sur Twitter le 2011-02-28

  • long coding week ahead – good night to twittosphère and facebook-univers. God bless Côte d'Ivoire #civ2010 #
  • Google injecte $2,7 millions pour soutenir des projets en faveur du journalisme en ligne en Afrique, Moyen-ori… (cont) http://deck.ly/~qBXHg #
  • Je suis un peu déçu par l'absence de couverture de la crise en #civ2010 par les étudiants journalistes de l'un… (cont) http://deck.ly/~LIAFE #
  • RT @Sanders225: des images terrible de la situation en cote d'ivoire. Les populations sont térrifieés en #civ2010 http://yfrog.com/h8wdxdoj #
  • Encore 1e journée d'angoisse en pensant à la situation qi s'empire en Côte d'Ivoire – échanges de tirs (y compris armes lourdes) #civ2010 #

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Jean-Patrick Ehouman

Jean-Patrick Ehouman has successively been a web/mobile applications developer then a software architect for a few years in France before launching his own tech company 5 years ago in Côte d’Ivoire. He spends a lot of time coming up with ways to create a dynamic African technologies of information ecosystem, using a bottom-up approach via Akendewa, a tech NGO he co-founded in 2009 and where he is current President and who made him to became the first laureate of the “Tremplin UNESCO-CEPS prize for Youths Entrepreneurship and peace culture in Africa” in October 2013. He writes on technologies at Techmissus, a collaborative blog he launched in 2010 (Techmissus is now the N°1 technology news website in Francophone Africa). Beginning of 2013, he launched AllDevCamp (Selected in March 2014 as one of the 13 expert centers in the world, for the Unesco ' YouthMobile program), a web/mobile development bootcamp targetting african developers. JP has a degree in Mathematics and Computer Science and an Electrical Engineering Degree from University of Poitiers (France) and a bachelor degree in information systems and softwares from University of Provence (France).