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Comment by Gus Higuera on December 9, 2009 at 4:34pm
Welcome Sub, don't know much about tech work in Maui but our fellow member Konstantin Lukin is o Maui and may have more info.
Comment by Sub Callnop on December 9, 2009 at 4:16pm
Hello Maui Techhuians,

I'm from Maui, and am hoping to move back and work there. I don't know if this is the right forum, so forgive me if it's not :)

I'm a C/Java/RoR programmer, with a strong background in Unix and Unix Administration. I'm currently interested in doing Ruby on Rails projects, and learning how to program the Mac. If anyone knows of anything going on, or even just wants to create something, I'd be really interested! I'll be on Maui for a visit from the 11th for about a week. Please feel free to contact me if you have work, or even just program.

PS my res (bit dated) is at
Comment by amber ngo on November 13, 2009 at 2:21pm
REVISED Snorkeling Sunday 11/15 @ 9am: 5034 Makena Road (Nahuna Point)

Head south on Makena Ala Nui, pass Fairmont Kealani, pass Po'olenalena Beach Park. Turn right on Makena Road. Drive ~300m. Park before street goes uphill. Beach access walkway is past the 5 graves. There's a small sheltered cove at entrance of water. There are no facilities. Bring water & snacks.

Please note the time & location.
Comment by Doug Nelson on November 11, 2009 at 9:27am
I'm on mainland adventure travel for the next three weeks (Orlando! Tucson! Ft. Huachuca!) and it's painful to be missing these great activities. Please do keep posting here... I hope to join some after I'm back in early December.
Comment by Jim Langford on November 9, 2009 at 9:23pm
Is anyone looking for work producing iPhone applications? Please contact me if you are experienced, fun, and prompt.

Hope you all are enjoying your lives!

A hui ho.

Comment by amber ngo on November 9, 2009 at 6:47pm
Sustainable Living / Natural Foods / Local Businesses Gift Fair
Thursday, Nov. 12 from 6:30p - 8:30p
Kihei Charter School
300 Ohukai Rd, Kihei, Maui, HI‎

I'll be there to represent The Water Boy / Mountain Slope Water (water purification system/ filtration system/ catchment system/ delivery/ bottling). Come by to say hi and check out all the other local businesses. The idea is to provide a venue for people and businesses to make early holiday gift purchases from local businesses.

I do not have full details so stay tuned for possible edification(s).
Comment by David B. Fisher on November 5, 2009 at 10:36am
Aloha Keith: I checked out the Solvate site. How do you use their services? No info on this that I can find. There are other freelancer sites out there, anyone have experience with them?

I am sure you are enjoying Japan--lots of wonderful hiking, both urban and rural, there! Just saw the Hokusai exhibit at the Honolulu Academy of Arts over the weekend--a must for those visiting Oahu.
Comment by Doug Hagan on November 5, 2009 at 9:03am
Thanks for posting hike invite, hope to make it. Depends on south swell!
Comment by Keith Powers on November 4, 2009 at 11:00pm
Hi Amber-

Thanks for posting these! Don't stop!

So bummed that we are missing some great hikes. We are in Japan and won't be back to maui until the 15th. Look forward to joining when we get back.

Comment by amber ngo on November 4, 2009 at 10:58pm
Please let me know if you would rather I stop posting hike info here. No offense will be taken.

Hoapili Trail (King's Hwy): Sunday (11/8) @ 9am. Meet @ Borders' parking lot in Kahului @ 8am to rideshare.

Take Kihei Road (31) going south. The pavement ends just past Makena State Park where a dirt road continues to Makena Village. Continue 5 miles through the Ahini-Kinau Natural Area Reserve to La Perouse Bay. This trail follows Maui's southern coastline from La Perouse Bay east 5.5 miles to Kanaio Beach.

Bring: good shoes, water, snacks, no shade so a hat & plenty of sunscreen & swimwear.

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