Hawaiʻi's Technology Community
A group for techies on Maui, Molokaʻi and Lānaʻi
Latest Activity: Nov 5, 2015
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Wet weekend ahead as storm remnants move near Hawaii - Honolulu Star-Advertiser
Major earthquake strikes near Northern Mariana Islands; no tsunami threat to Hawaii - Honolulu Star-Advertiser
Drones aid new study of whales, dolphins in Hawaii waters - Honolulu Star-Advertiser
New Hilo International Airport fire station opens Friday (July 29 ... - Hawaii 24/7 (press release)
Make-A-Wish makes teenager's dreams come true at UH med ... - KHON2
Barnes & Noble is hosting a mini makerfaire at all their stores nationwide, including those in Hawaii.
The Lahaina (Maui) store will see a number of us techies and makers friday/sat/sunday. Friday eve we are giving talks at 5 and 7pm, and afterwards will be going uphill to FuzzBox collab space for some talkstory. Come on out and meet us! Its not often we get a west maui tech event!
I created a TechHui event for this event
Aloha everyone, just wanted to put feelers out there for iOS/Android programmers. I have a project that is a 'social game for the stock market' which won the Audience Award at the Google Startup Weekend 2015 and finished in 2nd place in final voting. I was also invited as one of three startups to pitch at the MEDB Venture Capital Seminar. Both events have been insightful and validating.
However, it's been challenging trying to find a programmer to work with on island. I have the concept, design, and user interface developed. If there's anyone on Maui who is looking for a scalable/global mobile project to be involved with please let me know.
This week Thursday (6 Aug 2015) will be MauiMakers monthly open public meeting 6-9pm at the makerspace (200 Waiehu Beach Rd, Wailuku HI see map in right sidebar). We have just passed our first year as a non-profit corporation and installed several new board members and officers. We have a number of activities going on this month including:
Come on down, meet the board/officers, other members, find out how you can participate in these projects or create new ones.
Maui Makers has been selected to participate in a contest sponsored by Intel/Instructables to build an Internet of Things (IoT) project using a collection of sensors/effectors and an Edison processor. We are getting the Environmental/Agricultural pack, which is appropriate to our island.
If any Maui Techies would like to participate in the design/build, we will be talking about this at the upcoming Public Night meeting at our Makerspace (200 Waiehu Beach Rd, Wailuku, HI ) Thurs Aug 6.
Here is our blog post on the contest:
Please join SWE-HI Maui (Society of Women Engineers) and HSPE (Hawaii Society of Professional Engineers) for a Pau Hana at The Ale House in Kahului Tuesday, 8/11/2015 from 5:30 to 7:30PM
Come celebrate the end of summer vacation and have some fun with this diverse group of Maui tech-savvy folks.
Mahalo and see you soon!
Aloha Doug - I moved the noncompete discussion into a forum: http://www.techhui.com/forum/topics/governor-ige-end-noncompete-cla... Its an interesting topic. I hope one of our attorney members chimes in.
Act 158 prohibits technology companies
Folks - Hawaii non compete law - was signed into law this morning by Gov Ige. Does anyone know how this applies to exisisting non-competes?
Hi All! Wanted to make sure everyone here is aware that the High Technology Development Corporation (HTDC) is looking for business mentors on Maui, Hawaii Island, and Kauai. We are calling this the Neighbor Island Initiative (Ni3). The business mentors will provide guidance and support to small businesses as well as to represent HTDC on island. For more details check out the RFP. Please also help us to forward to anyone you think might be interested. Mahalo!
Aloha, everyone is welcome to attend this month's Society of Women Engineer's (SWE) meeting on Tuesday June 9th in Kihei. More info here:
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