Hawaiʻi's Technology Community


Code for Maui

Code4Maui is an effort to bring together the County of Maui and local technology professionals and students.  Code4Maui has the following goals.

1.  Provide a platform for volunteering skills on technology projects that create greater transparency, collaboration, innovation, participation, and efficiency in government operations.

2.  Establish a collaboration hub between individuals at the County, local high schools, UH Maui, and local technology firms to achieve some synergy toward increasing the technology economy on Maui.

3.  Create an opportunity for mentoring aspiring programmers, gis professionals, database administrators, network administrators etc.

4.  Increase and retain local technology skills and talent to foster a greater technology based economy on Maui.

Location: Maui County
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Latest Activity: Jul 7, 2014

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Comment by Jerry Isdale on June 25, 2012 at 3:34pm

Not much traffic here... Over on Oahu the Open Govt is happening at several levels - state/county/city.  They have a webinar this week on the platform they are using.  It would be good to have some Maui participation ...

Join Us for an Introduction and Briefing on Open Data.

The State of Hawai'i will be launching its open data site at in July with selected datasets.  In advance of the

launch, the Office of Information Management and Technology has

arranged for an introduction and briefing from Socrata, the open data

site service provider. This 30 minute briefing will provide background

information on open data, including:

What is Open Data

How other federal, state and local government agencies are using Open Data

Why Open Data is important to Hawaii

Join us for this online webinar to see what the buzz is all about and

to get a preview of open data capabilities.

Please feel free to share this invitation with others; this is an

"Open" initiative, after all.

Meeting Information:

Date:                         Jun 27, 2012 at 1:00 PM PDT.


                                Use your microphone and speakers

(VoIP) - a headset is recommended. Or, call in using your telephone.

Telephone#:                Dial +1 (636) 277-0131

Access Code:         846-811-135

Audio PIN:                 Shown after joining the meeting

Meeting ID:                 846-811-135

Comment by James S. Nakama on March 29, 2012 at 9:52am

Hey sounds like a noble effort.  I have no artistic skills, so I'm no good at any visually oriented stuff.  Can help with everything else under the hood.

Best Regards,


Comment by Jerry Isdale on December 11, 2011 at 10:37am

Very Cool!! Thanks for starting this Michael. 

I was at the Tech Hui Conference on Oahu yesterday and there was a great presentation on the egov work done in Honolulu.  Today I'm using the android bus app that came out of that recent effort.


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