Saturday, June 26, 2010


Show Ya Sef Networks Africa (SYSAfrica) is one of those things that made me happy in the year 2009.
I met Francis Oghuma March 2009 and we decided to embark on a new project and that project turned into Show Ya Sef, and we want it to be a network of solutions across Africa and other parts of the world so we called it Show Ya Sef Networks. It starts in Africa which makes it Show Ya Sef Networks Africa... hence SYSAfrica.

Ok thats alot of history lets define it:

SYSAfrica is an African social media platforms and solutions provider. It seeks to provide cultural and local social media community portals and solutions to every African country and beyond. Its known to be the parent company behind (the nigerian custom built social media platform) and (the platform of proud Cameroonians that strives to connect them and help them do a lot together in many aspects of life).

ok what the above means is that we are creating social networks in every African country on which we will be developing specialized web, mobile, enterprise solutions to be used by Africans to enhance their possibilities and make them richer, happier and better humans. Thats where SYSAfrica is heading to, so you might soon get a SYSAfrica solution in your country and if you need us in your country or want to work with us, we are also open as long as we all heading towards the same goals.

here are some images to accompany my post

SYS Africa has its development team in Buea (I am the lead developer so its natural). so this is the syslabs logo ;)
Show Ya Sef Camerborn T-shirt

picture credit: Ebot Blaise WebDesigner, AfroVisioN Group

for more information about SYSAfrica email or visit and our portfolio as of now is having and
I cant continue ranting as I got to continue coding for SYSAfrica and AfroVisioN Group

show ya sef !


Monday, June 21, 2010

Building Android Applications From A Web Developer Point of View

Recently my love for Android OS has gone over the bar mainly due to the vast penetration of mobile technology in Africa and the FOSS nature of Android which permits any entrepreneur(even those in the developing world) to start their own smartphone manufacturing company like Nokia, HTC, Apple etc.
So I am getting more and more into Android and smartphone applications development waiting for the next 6years to have a giant industry with my smart apps, and also get started with some outsourcing deals to get a hang of mobile apps development space while it matures in Africa.
As a regular writer for, I decided to share some of my findings by writing an article that introduces web developers with knowledge in jquery to develop iPhone, Android apps for their existing web applications using jQTouch.

jQTouch is a jquery plugin that can be used by any web application developer with small experience in jquery to build applications for iPhone, iPad and Android devices.

follow the link below to read my article about jQTouch on

and view a sample app I developed for iPad, iPhone and Android smartphones in 3hrs for this article .
You can test the application above using any webkit enabled browser like Google Chrome or Apple Safari or just use your internet enabled smartphone(iPhone, iPad or Nexus One).