OBizR is a location-based local business review, travel guide, and citizen-generated open data platform for Africa. “OBizR Sierra Leone” is the local guide to finding the best places to eat, shop, sleep, bank, drink, learn, exercise, relax, watch a game, buy medication, do business with the government, NGOs, and Foreign Missions in Sierra Leone.
My Name is Tamba, welcome to my blog and nice to meet you
I am a Technology Architect and Experience Platforms Practice Lead at Accenture. A husband, father, and uncle of more than twenty wonderful kids
An open source software advocate, business and technology executive, serial entrepreneur, and Philanthropist with a passion to help under-served people
In January, 2012, in a typically Sierra Leonean Satan-stamping-Jesus-lifting speaking-in-tongues fiery interdenominational Christian service at the Miatta Conference Center in Freetown, to end the week long Presidential-declared Fasting and Prayer Week, the theme of the key sermon from the handsome three-piece-clad intense–brow Archbishop Archibald Cole of the Evangelical Fellowship of Sierra Leone was… Generational Mentality! He bemoaned the propensity of too many of Africa’s national leaders whose policies and action would rob the generation after them of opportunities, and woul
I congratulate the Government of Sierra Leone for taking the bold step of creating websites for almost all Government Ministries, Institutions, Secretariats and Commissions. Some of us living in the Diaspora and at home have long been waiting to see it happen. I can now proudly talk more about Sierra Leone to strangers and refer them online to search the word Sierra Leone and learn more about what it has to offer.
Joomla Security Primer
I wish security was measured on a scale of 1 to 10. But it’s not a scale, instead, it’s considered by most security experts as a total philosophy, and a set of tools and actions. This does not mean it cannot be measured, and taking singling Joomla out is foolish. But looking at Joomla as part of your total site security makeup is the right answer. It’s a good idea to measure security holistically because if any part of your security is weak, it weakens your entire infrastructure.
Our initial primary pursuit is the establishment of our inceptive ICT lab in the eastern district of Freetown, Sierra Leone. Similar projects that strive to foster educational and technological advancement in West Africa struggle to thrive because their extensive use of power renders them unsustainable. In this region, gas is required to power used or new standard computers, generators, and grids, yet gas is un-affordable. Thus, labs that utilize such equipment cannot be maintained, and ultimately are not successful. LAM-TECH Foundation, Inc.