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WetWare Wednesday

WetWare Wednesday is a monthly networking event that brings together the local software development community in Hawaii.

 

Want to stay connected? WetWare Wednesday now has its own Facebook page! Get up-to-date information about WetWare Wednesday by liking us: www.facebook.com/wetwarewednesday 

Website: http://www.facebook.com/wetwarewednesday
Location: Town
Members: 18
Latest Activity: Aug 13, 2013

What is WWW, and why should I come?

WetWare is dedicated to Software Developers in Hawaii who are interested in meeting monthly in a casual and friendly environment to share ideas, collaborate and spark new opportunities in Hawaii. Founded by HTDC and Blue Planet Software, the goal of WetWare iis to bring software developers, students and educators across Hawaii together to connect, network, discuss projects, review products, and collaborate in an effort to further the software development community here in Hawaii. Venues and sponsors change monthly. 

To be a sponsor, contact events@htdc.org or call Sandy Park at 539-3794.

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WWW Beat #2: Money, Widgets, and Code in Chinatown 4 Replies

July’s WWW core meeting took place in a dimly lit corner in Chinatown…inside theVenue @ BambuTwo lounge. Members of the core group present this meeting were Yuka Nagashima, Galen Sasaki, Russell…Continue

Started by Michael Reisor. Last reply by Russel Cheng ラッセル チェン Aug 15, 2012.

RSVP Today for WetWare Wednesday on August 22nd from 6pm-8pm at Pearl Ultralounge

SIGN UP TODAY!WetWare Wednesday August 22nd 20126:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.Pearl Ultralounge WetWare Wednesday, sponsored by IBM & High Technology Development Corporation (HTDC) present Insane/Sick…Continue

Started by Lauren Nichols Aug 12, 2012.

WetWare Beat #1: Coded with Aloha

So what happened at the core meeting before this last WetWare at Ryan’s?Well, the group started by discussing the structure of WWW events. The group decided that the structure, format and location of…Continue

Started by Michael Reisor Jul 10, 2012.

The WetWare Wednesday Beat: Your monthly WetWare update

 Aloha WWW regulars and newbies! As some of you are aware, WetWare Wednesday (WWW) is a group/event dedicated to Software Developers in Hawaii who are interested in meeting monthly in a casual and…Continue

Started by Michael Reisor Jul 10, 2012.

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Comment by Roger Garrett on February 5, 2013 at 12:28pm

"Help" For Computer Files: I'm working my way through some tutorials learning Android application development. The documentation is pretty good. One of things they describe in the very first tutorial is the layout of the directory hierarchy for the project, plus defining a number of the files you should expect to see in those directories. All well and good. So, I'm thinking: EVERY directory and EVERY file on my computer should have the option for including a descriptor field. Thus, in addition to the standard Open, Delete, Copy, etc. that you get when you right-click on a directory or file you would also see "Descriptor" (or maybe it would be under the Properties item) and when you select that Descriptor a window come up that provides a nice description of what this file represents. Maybe it could even include a link to web page for further information. In the case of my learning Android development, when I'm later working on some Android project and perusing the project's files and I forget what some file is used for, I could just right-click and select the Descriptor item and it would tell me about it, and I wouldn't have to try to find the place in the tutorial or in my various books or search for it out on the Internet. It would be right there with the file itself.

Yes, I know. It will never happen. Just wishful thinking.

Comment by Daniel Leuck on July 6, 2012 at 10:26am

I realized after sending the newsletter than I should have mentioned the Venture Accelerator bill passing. Karl Fooks, the legislators who voted for the bill and all the people who supported Karl via testimony and other means deserve credit for championing Hawaii's innovation economy. Thank you!

Comment by Michael Reisor on July 6, 2012 at 10:15am

See pic below of the Venture Accelerator bill signing! 

Comment by Michael Reisor on July 6, 2012 at 10:14am

Comment by Michael Reisor on July 5, 2012 at 11:02am

Thanks for joining! This page will be another way for everyone involved with WWW to get updates, network, and discuss hot button topics in Hawaii's tech industry. Additionally, we will post notes from the core group meeting (event organizers/stakeholders) to this page for discussion, so keep your eyes peeled! 

 

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