Khophi’s Dev Radio
Welcome to Khophi’s Dev Radio – We’re on at 21:00 GMT, this and every Sunday.
What is Khophi’s Dev Radio
Khophi’s Dev Radio is an initiative of #TheAfricanDreamLLC and Khophi’s Dev to talk pure, cleanTech and have developer-oriented discussions and more, over the internet via a self-hosted radio.
The CleanTech Show will show some love to developers and tech in general. CleanTeach will center discussions around developer life and work, and share insights beneficial to upcoming and or experienced developers.
Sponsors and Partners
cleanTech on Khophi’s Dev Radio is sponsored by TheAfricanDreamLLC and supported by Barcamp Ghana.
How to Tune in?
The link to listen will show up to click on at least 15 minutes before broadcast. See the top right of the page to see the Live Radio Player.
Previous episodes of the show are all gathered at the bottom of this page for easy reference.
On Phone or PC, use the link above to start listening right in the browser or your media player app on the phone.
Feedback & Join the Discussion
How did we do on our previous episodes? Share with us via email@example.com
If you wish to share your developer experience with our listeners in the next episode, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
12 February, 2017, broadcast at 21:00 GMT: Jeffrey Godwyll, a Google Chrome Top Contributor joins us to discuss how to get started with the Google Cloud Platform for a typical developer. Listen
19 February, 2017, broadcast at 21:00 GMT: Rodney Boachie, a Software Engineer joins us to share his experiences with MongoDB. Listen
26 February, 2017, broadcast at 21:00 GMT: The Life of a Web Developer with Rexford Nkansah, Khophi’s Dev Radio host. Listen
5 March, 2017: Degreat Yartey, an Android Dev chats with Khophi’s Dev Radio. Degreat is the brains behind the Adeton App. Listen
12 March, 2017: Joshua Kumi, Founder and President of Tech Leads, A nonprofitable organization that educates students in STEM and Barnabas Nomo, a self-taught programmer since 2012 using C, C++, targeted at Arduino devices, join us today on the Khophi’s Dev Radio to share their experiences with working with raspberry pi’s and Arduinos in relation to robotics. Listen
19 March, 2017: We meet Dr. Julian Bennett who shares his experience with the ongoing Space program at the All Nations University College. Julian is a lecturer and researcher and leads the Space Science Technology Laboratory at the College. Listen
2 April, 2017: For the first time, we chat with our guest, Samrat Bhattacharyya, on video. Join the discussion in the video below:
7 May 2017: A recap of the Barcamp Koforidua 2017 event at the KAMA Plaza through experiences shared by attendees. For images of the event, please see this Album. Listen
VLC (PC and Phone)
See video below to learn how to stream Khophi’s Dev Radio on VLC on PC
- Open the VLC App
- Swipe from left to right to reveal the menu
- Select ‘Stream’
- Radio should start playing.