English (good), Kiswahili (good), Madi/Lugbara (good), Luganda/Lugisu (good)
Hello world! Call me Andrew ,Ugandan by nationality aged 34,an open source technician,earger to learn new methodologies in tech.people call me in my home town “DOCTOR DEVICE“,I started my tech 20 years ago but I was all along doing my things offline without documentation.It was in 2019,when I came across Mr vuga William ,the executive director of The Youth Empowerment Foundation (YEF) who introduced me to the ASKotec and we carried some innovations like building led light by Mr Maliamungu Richard of rhino camp,it was so interesting as i was already familiar with materials like transistors,resistor,capacitors ,diodes etc.A big boom was in late 2019 when we had a very big community repair cafe in adjumani at ruyo guest house ,here I was able to meet experts in opentech from Sudan,Kenya and Berlin germany,led by Mr timm wille who so interesting and inspiring.
Here was my time to know ASKnet and later got alink to trackII 2020/2021 where we collaborated on a lot of projects and github documentation. the online collaboration offered by ASKnet has helped me a great deal because now am able to collaborate on any issue with distant people and am also able to publish my work for views by other experts.Not only that,through ASKnet I had an opportunity to learn podcasting and audio editing by Mr Romeo ronald of platform africa,so as per now i can record my voice and do editing using an open source software audacity.My contuinity with ASKnet is going to make me a job maker not a job seeker. Conclusively ASKnet has come to clear an ending complains of an employment among youths across the world.
“JOIN ASKnet TO BECOME AJOB MAKER NOT A JOB SEEKER”