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Lynn Rasmussen and I are again hosting the simulcast of the Lean Startup Conference coming up next week Monday and Tuesday (12/9&10) from 7 a.m. until 4 p.m. both days at her home off of Baldwin Ave in Makawao. It is a very comfortable place with an excellent meeting space and Internet. Drop by for specific segments or the whole conference. There will be time and space to meet new folks and catch up with old friends. Please RSVP via Eventbrite bit.ly/1dQQFUX
After a summer off, Maui Makers is meeting TONIGHT - thurs 26 sept
at the Pu'unene School main building, in the library. You can park in front of big white (dirty) building.
This is different than our usual (in cafeteria in back).
Not sure if this will be the regular space or not going forward, but come on down and check in with us. Lots to talk about!
I was hoping someone could tell me if there are any co-working locations currently in use on Maui. My family is going to be moving to Maui from at least November 1st, 2013 to August 2014 and are trying to decide what areas would work best for us for rental accommodation. We're looking at schools, pools, etc for our kids but personally I would also like to be close to areas where it may be possible to co-work or attend any technology information sessions. I posted this to the co-working group also, but see that there are a lot more members in the general Maui Tech group. Thanks!
Product Design & Development Seminar tomorrow June 4 at MEDB's Malcolm Center, 1305 North Holopono St., Kihei.
10:00 am – 11:30 am (One-on-one meetings to follow, and may be scheduled in advance)
Contact email@example.com for more information and to register
Thanks Ray! This UHMC/IEEE event looks to be interesting.
Maui Makers is planning a display/activity table/area. I understand the amateur radio club will also be there. I will have to leave for our regular thursday Public Night at makers in pu'unene (6-9pm), but you and all others are welcome to come over after the student presentations and panel, etc.
Tomorrow April 19 2013 the students of IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) club at UH Maui College campus are organizing our first Engineering Innovation Day (EID). This is an event where students in Engineering programs will demonstrate their engineering projects they have been working on year long.Although this is Engineering based, all students are welcome to bring theirinnovations to the EID and display them. Prior notice is required forcoordination purposes.With EID we hope to bring to the campus and local community the good workour students do during the year. We hope you can come and attend it.Projects will be put on demo starting 1:30 pm (right after the on campus jobfair) in the foyer area of the new Science building. Projects will be put ondisplay till 4:30 pm when we will take a break for the ABIT studentscapstone presentations in Ka'a'ike 109. Following this we will have a paneldiscussion in the new Science building. Refreshments will be provided. Please come!
It's still going to be on Friday 28 Dec at 5pm.
I got a Raspberry Pi to bring and show (assuming I get time to get it running).
Les, we've got some serious competition of that 4th Friday in Kihei. I might do a little demo of what I've been doing with Ruby on Rails, and maybe Ben do a quick demo of cheqbook.com.
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