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My name is Ayobami Adewole, from Ibadan, Nigeria. A software developer very passionate about Web technologies, .Net stack of technologies, Java technologies, Land Administration and Geographical Information Systems (GIS), VoIP and IP Telephony and a lover of Open Source Technologies.

A Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer (MCSD) Web Applications and DZone.com Most Valuable Blogger (MVB).

How to Provision Cisco IP Phones 8861, 7861,7821,7811 and 7942G for use with Freeswitch PBX

Using soft phones with Freeswitch PBX allows the utilization of existing PCs or smart phones as the communicating devices. But often there are times when the requirements for setting up or deploying a Unified Communication solution necessitate the use of IP phones.... Read More...


How to build FreeSwitch on Debian 8 (Jessie)

FreeSwitch is an open source telephony platform, with support for multiple protocols (SIP, IAX, Googletalk, Jabber, XMPP, WOOMERA/H.323, PRI/T1/E1) and it is cross platform (Linux, Windows and Mac). It is a softswitch which implies that it does the job of a traditional PBX and much more. It is scalable and has been tested to handle thousands of simultaneous calls. It is fully extendable and can be customized to meet customers VOIP needs. ... Read More...


Code Quality Metrics with NDepend

The quality of a software application can be determined by the quality of the codebase. Code quality analysis as over the years become an integral part of software development process, this is to ensure that developers follow best practices while writing codes to ensure that codebase is maintainable, reusable and also to determine portion or section of codes that are problematic and might be candidate for refactoring if need be. ... Read More...


Dealdey.com "Get an iPhone6 for just 40K" Scam

It is so unfortunate how E-Commerce shops in Nigeria the likes of Dealdey.com Jumia.com and the rest scam Nigerians by offering ridiculous price for items which they don't have in stock in a bid to get traffics to there site and often rip customers off. Ironically, they don't have the infrastructure to handle the resulting traffic as can be seen by the outage of service on their websites. ... Read More...