After getting your product off the assembly line, the next hurdle becomes the users – where do you find the people willing to pay for your product?
Yarnme is a new social network where people can discuss topics and connect with others. But how does it stack up in the big leagues?
That’s right. Konga, Jumia, and DealDey might have more traffic coming to them than Nigeria’s biggest content websites.
“Nairaland’s hostility to TalkAfrica is unnecessary because both forums are not in competition as Seun Osewa thinks. Our business models are completely different and never conflicting.”
Jason of Iroko recently announced mouth-watering offers for developers, and this triggered a long discussion about the remuneration of software engineers in Nigeria. This got me thinking about software development in Nigeria; do we have enough world-class talent or could we be better?