NYC to Nairobi: Great Ideas and Good Times!

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We just had an exciting week at the Nairobi office. The New York team came down to build our synergies, share ideas, feast on ugali and spot some game. Top of the agenda was redesigning Ona's user interface and adding new functionality for our enterprise users. We're excited about the updated user interface that will make it easier to manage, visualize and share your data. Expect to see new additions to Ona in the next few months! Here are a few highlights from the trip:

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Building the Tally software used in the Libyan Constitutional Election

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We recently built the tallying software used to aggregate votes in the Libyan constitutional assembly elections. Our software recorded, verified, and reported on over 720,000 votes cast by Libyan citizens. These votes were cast throughout the country, on off-shore oil rigs, and at international voting centers throughout the world.

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Nairobi Python - Litte known and/or useful Python features for fun & profit

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Today Larry Weya gave a presentation at the Python Nairobi Meetup titled Little known and/or useful Python features for fun & profit.

The slides are below:


Mobile Technologies presentation to the Mount Sinai Global Health Program

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Benedetta Simeonidis and Ona team members Roger Wong and Peter Lubell-Doughtie gave a lecture today discussing mobile technologies and their intersection with global health.

We demoed Formhub and talked about Drishti. We also talked about the importance of user centric design in mobile technology.

The slides from our lecture are below: