It has received both positive feedback and constructive criticisms.
There's a difference between winning technology awards & competitions versus winning in the marketplace. — http://t.co/bEre6rcMqz
— Michael Buen (@iEnableMuch) April 7, 2014
Good read -- The agony of an African programmer http://t.co/8vChkIWsGD by @raindolf
— David Kobia (@dkobia) April 7, 2014
Probably the best article of this kind that I've read in a while - Agony of an African Programmer http://t.co/zp71fcfDla by @raindolf.
— Lungi (@hellolungi) April 7, 2014
"We need to visualize technology as a process and something we will build ourselves here in Africa." @raindolf http://t.co/menbXiJ9DH
— Chris Ford (@ctford) April 5, 2014
Great piece by @raindolf on the difficulties of working as a programmer/dev in Africa http://t.co/fEP0mMjgMN
— Jack Riley (@_JackRiley) April 6, 2014
Agony of an African programmer http://t.co/D4u3mM6kln (http://t.co/t6VgP8tn7x)
— Hacker News 20 (@newsyc20) April 7, 2014
@raindolf has been featured on @HackerNews YAY!!! Way to go ma guy. Nice writeup #morevim #Ghana
— Robert Lamptey (@rlamptey) April 7, 2014
The agony of being an independent mobile/web/software developer in Africa, as detailed by @Raindolf Owusu: http://t.co/5JxPDXOW1gPlus many more tweets here.
— Mobile Web Africa (@mwebafrica) April 9, 2014