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George Lee commented on George Lee's blog post Bootcamp'd: A Retrospective
"Thanks Joseph, Aaron, and Dongie! @Dongie: Making a schedule was really important, especially when you're really busy. It even makes it easier to set aside free time, cause everyone needs some of that. The schedule really stuck with me though.…"
yesterday
Dongie Agnir commented on George Lee's blog post Bootcamp'd: A Retrospective
"Thanks for sharing, this was a great read.  Congratulations on your (first?) teaching experience. Also congrats on being able to stick to your plan!  Whenever things get hectic for me, gym time is the first to be sacrificed unfortunately."
Friday
aaron kagawa commented on George Lee's blog post Bootcamp'd: A Retrospective
"awesome man. thank you for all that you do for our community. "
Tuesday
Joseph Lui commented on George Lee's blog post Bootcamp'd: A Retrospective
"How inspiring--for everyone involved."
Monday
George Lee posted a blog post

Bootcamp'd: A Retrospective

“I never want to become a teacher.” — 20 year old me.I stood at a crossroads as a junior in college. Organic Chemistry had destroyed any hope I had of going to medical school. I had declared Biology as my major, but I began to have second thoughts. I fell back on the thing I was good at, which was Mathematics. Still, I wasn’t sure what I would do with that degree.I thought about becoming a teacher, but the more I thought about it the more I didn’t want to do it. I thought I would be good at…See More
Monday
George Lee's blog post was featured

Rails on Windows With Bitnami

When I first started learning Ruby on Rails back in 2007, one thing was made clear: don’t even try setting it up on a Windows machine. Since then, we had some open source projects like RailsInstaller that make it really easy to set up a development environment on your machine. Also, with the advent of virtual machines and Vagrant, it is really easy to get a Linux environment set up regardless of what operating…See More
Apr 1
George Lee posted a blog post

Rails on Windows With Bitnami

When I first started learning Ruby on Rails back in 2007, one thing was made clear: don’t even try setting it up on a Windows machine. Since then, we had some open source projects like RailsInstaller that make it really easy to set up a development environment on your machine. Also, with the advent of virtual machines and Vagrant, it is really easy to get a Linux environment set up regardless of what operating…See More
Mar 25
George Lee's blog post was featured

Today I Learned — The App

People who know me know that I’ve been pretty busy lately. People who really know me know that I’m actually slammed. Yet, I’m taking a personal challenge to complete a small application in the month of March. As it turns out, I have an idea for a small bite-sized application that I can build in a month. It’s also a great chance to challenge myself to learn new frameworks and libraries.The ProblemI’ve been tracking the things I learn in a given day in a small…See More
Mar 11
Joseph Lui commented on George Lee's blog post Today I Learned — The App
"+1"
Mar 11
Christopher Kobayashi commented on George Lee's blog post Today I Learned — The App
"No backend... I think I heard about Firebase on JavaScript Jabber and am intrigued by MBaaS/BaaS. Good luck! And I'll be bothering you more on this"
Mar 11
George Lee posted a blog post

Today I Learned — The App

People who know me know that I’ve been pretty busy lately. People who really know me know that I’m actually slammed. Yet, I’m taking a personal challenge to complete a small application in the month of March. As it turns out, I have an idea for a small bite-sized application that I can build in a month. It’s also a great chance to challenge myself to learn new frameworks and libraries.The ProblemI’ve been tracking the things I learn in a given day in a small…See More
Mar 11
Daniel Leuck commented on George Lee's blog post Nodeschool in Honolulu
"Its exciting that Nodeschool has this level of traction in Honolulu! I was happy to hear that Dev League incorporated Node.js into their curriculum and that local companies like Slickage are using it in production apps."
Nov 7, 2014
George Lee's blog post was featured

Nodeschool in Honolulu

At the time of this writing, we have had two Nodeschool events here in sunny Honolulu, so tl;dr it’s been pretty successful. Admittedly, I had concerns going in to the first event. Sure, Nodeschool has been successful worldwide with new chapters opening every day, but that doesn’t mean it’d be a guaranteed success. Being the organizer for Ohana.js (our local Javascript user’s…See More
Nov 7, 2014
George Lee posted a blog post

Nodeschool in Honolulu

At the time of this writing, we have had two Nodeschool events here in sunny Honolulu, so tl;dr it’s been pretty successful. Admittedly, I had concerns going in to the first event. Sure, Nodeschool has been successful worldwide with new chapters opening every day, but that doesn’t mean it’d be a guaranteed success. Being the organizer for Ohana.js (our local Javascript user’s…See More
Nov 7, 2014
George Lee's blog post was featured

Testing in iOS7 and Kiwi

For whatever reason, testing did not seem to be a focal part of Apple's development tools until Xcode 5. Prior to then, tests were typically implemented using OCUnit, but it was difficult to integrate with the Cocoa framework. That changed in Xcode 5, where OCUnit was swapped out for XCTest and…See More
Sep 23, 2014
George Lee posted a blog post

Testing in iOS7 and Kiwi

For whatever reason, testing did not seem to be a focal part of Apple's development tools until Xcode 5. Prior to then, tests were typically implemented using OCUnit, but it was difficult to integrate with the Cocoa framework. That changed in Xcode 5, where OCUnit was swapped out for XCTest and…See More
Sep 22, 2014

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Occupation:
Student
Areas of Interest (Robotics, Software Architecture, Green Energy, Web 2.0, etc.):
Web development, mobile development (particularly iPhone), and social networks.
Software Language Proficiencies / Interests:
Java, Javascript, Ruby
About Me:
I am a Master's student in computer science at the University of Hawai`i at Mānoa.
Website:
http://sites.google.com/site/keokilee
Secondary Website:
http://keokilee.blogspot.com
Twitter Username
keokilee

George Lee's Blog

Bootcamp'd: A Retrospective

“I never want to become a teacher.” — 20 year old me.

I stood at a crossroads as a junior in college. Organic Chemistry had destroyed any hope I had of going to medical school. I had declared Biology as my major, but I began to have second thoughts. I fell back on the thing I was good at, which was Mathematics. Still, I wasn’t sure what I would do with that degree.…

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Posted on April 13, 2015 at 11:00am — 4 Comments

Rails on Windows With Bitnami

When I first started learning Ruby on Rails back in 2007, one thing was made clear: don’t even try setting it up on a Windows machine. Since then, we had some open source projects like RailsInstaller that make it really easy to set up a development environment on your machine. Also, with the advent of virtual machines…

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Posted on March 25, 2015 at 11:23am

Today I Learned — The App

People who know me know that I’ve been pretty busy lately. People who really know me know that I’m actually slammed. Yet, I’m taking a personal challenge to complete a small application in the month of March. As it turns out, I have an idea for a small bite-sized application that I can build in a month. It’s also a great chance to challenge myself to learn new frameworks and libraries.

The Problem

I’ve…

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Posted on March 11, 2015 at 11:43am — 2 Comments

Nodeschool in Honolulu

At the time of this writing, we have had two Nodeschool events here in sunny Honolulu, so tl;dr it’s been pretty successful. Admittedly, I had concerns going in to the first event. Sure, Nodeschool has been successful worldwide with new chapters opening every day, but that doesn’t mean it’d be a guaranteed success. Being the organizer for Ohana.js (our local Javascript…

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Posted on November 7, 2014 at 2:30pm — 1 Comment

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