Henry Mbugua Kiarie

Henry Mbugua Kiarie

17 August 2017 » Henry Mbugua Kiarie

Growing up in remote part of Nakuru, Kenya was one of the best thing that could ever happen to me. I learned to stick-fight, an essential knowledge to any rural African boy and I become adept at it’s various techniques, parrying blows, feinting in one direction and striking in another, breaking away from an opponent … Continue reading Be Inspired: Success is not a straight line but you cannot stop believing in that one reason why it will work →

23 July 2017 » Henry Mbugua Kiarie

Cities have always been the beating heart of the world economy, the global culture pulse. Today, the speed and scale of expansion in cities is astonishing and that present a choice, mega cities turmoil or consciously inviting urban environment. A smart city. Nairobi is one of those city poised to move in a smart direction. … Continue reading Smart City: The Role of Big Data in Managing Chaotic Forces of Growth in Modern Cities, Especially Road Traffic →

16 July 2017 » Henry Mbugua Kiarie

Google search engine is a technological phenomena which was born in hotbed of technological innovation in the computer sciences department at Stanford University. In just over eighteen years, Google has become one of the Silicon Valley biggest and the most unconventional player. Larry Page and Sergey Brin founded Google in 1998, the primary mission of … Continue reading Google: A global Vacuum Cleaner of Digital Data →

31 January 2017 » Henry Mbugua Kiarie

When I was growing up in remote part of Nakuru, Kenya. I could ray out in grass, watch the star at night, play football with my buddies and go hunting for rabbits in the forest, that was a good life. In African culture, every boy must have his fare share of hunting rabbits. Besides, it’s … Continue reading The Heart Of Champion →

23 January 2017 » Henry Mbugua Kiarie

As a young programmer, one of the best quality to become an elite programmer is to be a good problem solver. But sometime this can be overwhelming, there are many programming language out there, from Java, Python, Ruby, PHP,to mention but a few. All of this programing languages have their merits and demerits. One of … Continue reading Has The Death of PHP programing Language been Cemented in 21st Century? We Don’t Think So. →

19 June 2016 » Henry Mbugua Kiarie

(Reuters) – High school student David Dworken spent 10 to 15 hours between classes on his laptop, hacking U.S. Defense Department websites. Instead of getting into trouble, the 18-year-old who graduated this week was one of two people praised by Secretary of Defense Ash Carter at the Pentagon on Friday for finding vulnerabilities before U.S.… via … Continue reading I thought the hacker was in trouble. →

04 February 2016 » Henry Mbugua Kiarie

This tutorial will assume that you have already installed Eclipse and its up and running. That said and done, lets get started shall we! Step 1 We have to download twitter boot strap from BootStrap download . Boot strap is…Read more ›

17 August 2015 » Henry Mbugua Kiarie

The greatest legacy one can pass on to one’s children and grandchildren is not money or other material things accumulated in one’s life, but rather a legacy of character and faith. ~ Billy Graham Life is gift from God, living…Read more ›

05 August 2015 » Henry Mbugua Kiarie

When I was about seven or eight years old, I could lay out on the grass, skid on the mad, play different games with my friends but the one I love most was “Cha Baba na Mama” meaning father and…Read more ›

22 July 2015 » Henry Mbugua Kiarie

Talk is cheap. Show me the code. ~ Linus Torvalds A browser cookie is a small piece of data sent from website and stored in user’s web browser while the user is browsing a given website. Every time user loads…Read more ›

18 July 2015 » Henry Mbugua Kiarie

Good code is its own documentation. As you are about to add a comment, ask yourself, ‘How can I improve the code so that this comment isn’t needed?’ ~ Steve McConnell When a browser requests for a web page, it…Read more ›

09 July 2015 » Henry Mbugua Kiarie

Programs must be written for people to read, and only incidentally for machines to execute ~ Abelson Servlet are Java classes which service HTTP request and implement the javax.servlet.Servlet interface. Web application developers typically write servlets that extend javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet, an…Read more ›

06 July 2015 » Henry Mbugua Kiarie

First, solve the problem. Then, write the code. ~ John Johnson Using Tomcat within eclipse means all configuration, coding, deployment and management can happen within Eclipse interface. Eclipse offers application server integration via set of plugins called Web Tools Platform.…Read more ›

15 June 2015 » Henry Mbugua Kiarie

It is only when we develop others that we permanently succeed. ~ Samuel Firestone In present time, things are changing quickly and fast thanks to the technology age that we are living in. We have experienced fast hand what is…Read more ›

11 June 2015 » Henry Mbugua Kiarie

Lesson 3 In this tutorial we are going to edit the following file: HellowGWT.gwt.xml HellowGWT.css HellowGWT.html HelloGWT.java How to locate the above files in your project. The image below will show you how to do it. Step 1- Modify Module…Read more ›

05 June 2015 » Henry Mbugua Kiarie

Lesson 2 The first step is to create a simple web application project using eclipse IDE. The purpose of this application is to get your development set up and to go one complete edit-compile debug iteration that results in running…Read more ›

22 May 2015 » Henry Mbugua Kiarie

Lesson 1 What is Google Web Toolkit(GWT) GWT is a development toolkit for building and optimizing complex browser-based applications. This tool has been used to develop products such as Google Adwords and Orkut Features of GWT Help create web application…Read more ›

14 May 2015 » Henry Mbugua Kiarie

In many production environments, it is very useful to have the capability to deploy a new web application, or undeploy an existing one, without having to shut down and restart the entire container. This tutorial assumes that you already know…Read more ›

20 April 2015 » Henry Mbugua Kiarie

Ever since I was a child I have had this instinctive urge for expansion and growth. In 21st century, things are changing fast and what we do will have positive or negative effect on the next generation. But for many…Read more ›

13 March 2015 » Henry Mbugua Kiarie

It is a home of the world’s largest high tech corporation, as well as thousands startup companies. It is a leading hub for high tech innovators and development, accounting for one third of all the venture capital investment in United…Read more ›

27 February 2015 » Henry Mbugua Kiarie

Living in the past or living in the future. Those aren’t real. The moment is now, where comfort, all the good stuff and above all, where safety is of great emphasis. But just exactly how does 9-1-1 works? When you…Read more ›

21 February 2015 » Henry Mbugua Kiarie

No one ever said it was easy being entrepreneur whether you are in early stages of your start up or on a fully established business. I have had a privilege of watching an American television series “Shark tank.” I have…Read more ›

06 February 2015 » Henry Mbugua Kiarie

The World Bank launched an initiative to assist fight poverty in Kenya. With slogan #endpovertyinkenya which is the platform for any Kenyan blogger who is passionate about development should submit his or her blog. I believe that STEM will be…Read more ›

07 January 2015 » Henry Mbugua Kiarie

H.E. PRESIDENT UHURU KENYATTA STATE HOUSE, STATE HOUSE ROAD, P.O. BOX 40530, 00100, NAIROBI, KENYA. Dear Mr. President, I am writing this letter with high hopes that it reaches you with sober heart and a pair of open ears. I…Read more ›

18 December 2014 » Henry Mbugua Kiarie

On January 1st 2013, Patrick was heading to a job interview. As he was walking down the tarmac road, he saw a lady who was stranded on the side of the road. Although Patrick was running late, he decided to…Read more ›

04 December 2014 » Henry Mbugua Kiarie

When I was a kid about seven, eight years old. I could lay on the grass, watch the moon and the star, slid in the mud and play with other kids regardless of their tribes. That was a good life,…Read more ›

03 November 2014 » Henry Mbugua Kiarie

Inspired by the song; My land is Kenya ~ Rogers Whittaker Somewhere in Africa. To be precise, in east Africa lies a multi-ethnic state which is inhabited by 42 tribes, this country is known as Kenya. Her cultural diversity has…Read more ›

20 October 2014 » Henry Mbugua Kiarie

In life, some things comes as a default, we don’t choose where to be born nor do we choose our parents. For some of us, we are lucky enough to find ourselves in an environment that we can refuse to…Read more ›

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