Ndzulo is my name, but I’m also known as Joe. I’m a husband, father, project manager and communicator with experience in adult training. In 2008, I moved from Cameroon to my present home country Cote d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast).

Assisting visitors with technology in the United Methodist Communications exhibit. Photo by Kathleen Barry, United Methodist Communications

Here, I was setting up the mobile phone of Pastor Eli Yaku (smiling) during the 2016 General Conference of the United Methodist Church in Portland, Oregon. Photo by K. Barry, United Methodist Communications.

On my job, I work with Christian organizations across the world but currently involved full-time with the United Methodist Church, building and maintaining relationships within and beyond the denomiantion. Every day, I am motivated by the passion to getting jobs done. through information and communication technologies (ICTs). I believe that my purpose is to serve as a point of contact that eventually enables to efficiently take the Word of God across the world.

Why this blog?

Firstly, for family, friends and curious people like you to catchup with me, and secondly, because of what lies in the stomach this site: a tech playground where I develop, test and run apps and services I develop at my own pace.

On Social Media

I can be found on social media. Check my links somewhere at the top or bottom of this page.

Elsewhere on the web

I have a number of footprints on the internet. If you’re interested in check links related to me, this page may be a good beginning. My LinkedIn Page is also a good option to have an opproximate idea of my resume.


If you have any questions don’t hesitate to contact me. Call my attention by dropping comments at the bottom of the published posts.  To contact me directly (and in private), please go to the contact page and leave your message there.


Views shared on this website are mine and do not necessarily reflect those of the company or client(s) I work(ed) with. Remember, if you have any questions, contact me.