inhaling an assortment of (potentially useless) content on Reddit and Quora.
I have always sought out opportunities and challenges that are meaningful to me. Although my professional path has taken many twists and turns — from student, to lead and facilitator for tech communities, to a data scientist — I have never stopped engaging my passion to help others.
My unequivocal love for making things, and my mission-driven work ethic drive me to make intuitive commercial apps.
I lead various local tech communities. I help organize and facilitate events and webinars where we learn different skills and technologies.
I actively contribute to open-source projects while upholding key principles for an open internet.
A fun JS application that grabs tweets from your favorite personalities and converts them to an image.
Spotlight saver is an electron application built for windows that lets you save and work with beautiful windows spotlight images.
Masomo is an information system used to manage CBC school data. Different schools can sign up, and parents, students, and teachers can see all the student data in one place. Performance tracking, analysis and reporting, attendance and welfare have been incorporated.
The official website for the Developer Student Clubs chapter for the University of Nairobi
Smartsight is a deep learning application for detecting visual anomalies in patients that could potentially lead to visual impairment. It does this by performing image analysis on OCT imagery of the retina.
Churches is a church management information system. Different churches can sign up, add their branches and manage content such as blogs, podcasts, sermons, photos, events, as well as, social groups within the church. Administrators also have fine-tuned role and permission management.
It's beautiful, and it works!
An open source project that seeks to reduce the number of road accidents in the country and to provide accurate reports on road accidents. This solution can help avoid, alert, inform, monitor and report road injuries and deaths