Every time i learn something new, I put it up here. I’m…
After three days of sight seeing, my trip to Japan has come to an end. I must say, I enjoyed every moment of it, yes even though I was lost most of the time. Being in Japan helped me understand what its like to be a tourist.
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Two weeks ago, I applied to volunteer at ORAP Zimbabwe and I got a positive response from management. Needless to say, I was happy to be awarded an opportunity to work there again(more on that in a bit).
I love quality. I love things that work well, I expect perfection from people, especially if they are providing a service to me. I do not understand when someone cannot do their job. I am a critical and sometimes persimisstic person. I’ve always thought these were my vices, but after reading a certain book by James Bach, I’m starting to reconsider. Apparently these are just the qualities that are needed to be successful in software testing.
I love code, I like the rush I get when I debug (my simple) programs and manage to get them to work.This has got me to really consider a career in Software Testing or Quality Assurance.
Two new tech hubs have been formed in Zimbabwe. The Hypercube Hub…
2 Years at Mozilla I’ve been contributing to Mozilla projects for 2…
Mozilla Zimbabwe L10n Meetup 30/01/14
Short and sweet:
-meet in person
-create assets such as termbases, glossaries etc
-tweet the event
-move the translation progress up to 12%
Successful meetup. All goals except final one realised. Project progress is at 11%
Long and Delicious:
What actually happened:
The last community meet-up was a success, attendance was higher than expected and everyone was excited to join Mozilla and start contributing.
Discussions involved translating the browser, building a custom B2G phone, working on addons and growing the community. Everyone seemed interested in taking on a particular functional area.