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Legal risks of being a software engineer
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Started this discussion. Last reply by len higashi Oct 18, 2011.


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Jimen Ching might attend Jason Axelson's event

Exploit development demonstration at The Box Jelly (inside Fishcake)

May 22, 2012 from 7pm to 9pm
Come see a circus act of exploit development! No PowerPoints, prepare for nonstop action packed demos!!Here are some of the things we will cover:* Fuzzing for bugs * Buffer overflow development * IDS & antivirus avoidance * Password hash cracking * Client side document exploit * Cross site scripting * Local & remote file inclusions * Sql injection * Windows fails aka featuresBring your evil thinking caps and ask lots of questions. The only way to write safer code is to understand how it…See More
May 20, 2012
Jimen Ching and Jason Axelson are now friends
Nov 9, 2011
len higashi and Jimen Ching are now friends
Oct 21, 2011
len higashi replied to Jimen Ching's discussion Legal risks of being a software engineer
"Hi Jimen, Its nice to see a familiar face.  If you are interested, there are still openings for the Nov. 8 small business clinic that Steven referred to.  It is a free service and a chance to get some legal questions answered.  .Im at…"
Oct 18, 2011
Steven Yamashiro replied to Jimen Ching's discussion Legal risks of being a software engineer
"Jimen,   Thank you for starting this discussion. I'm in the same boat as you(though not with phone apps).   Just lastnight I attended a lecture on IP (…"
Oct 14, 2011
Jimen Ching added a discussion to the group Android

Android IME service programming

Hi all, I ran into a problem with implementing an IME application.  I'm writing an IME that can use multiple input methods.  So the package has 3 services, one per input method.  The problem is, the 'Input Method' picker in the System Bar uses the app's icon and label instead of the icon/label I specified in the manifest's service tag.  As a result, the user can't tell which method to select.  Is this a bug in android or is there another location where I need to specify the icon/label for an…See More
Oct 8, 2011
Jimen Ching might attend Lauren Nichols's event

"Thirsty Third Thursday" Software Developers Networking Event at P.F. Chang's China Bistro

July 21, 2011 from 5pm to 7pm
"Thirsty Third Thursday" Software Developers Networking Event DATE: Thursday, July 21st 2011TIME: 5pm-7pmLOCATION: P.F. Chang's China Bistro (1288 Ala Moana Blvd.-across from Ward Center) Henk Rogers and HTDC have partnered to host this event for local software developers.This networking opportunity will be taking palce monthly, around Honolulu, to focus on strengthening the current software development community. Free Networking EventFree AppetizersHappy Hour Drink Prices (until 6pm)Validated…See More
Jul 5, 2011
Brian replied to Jimen Ching's discussion Legal risks of being a software engineer
"Nevada is also trying to become a favourable incorporation state due to their pretty solid history of keeping the corporate veil intact. I believe the veil has only been pierced twice in the last 30 years in Nevada and in those two cases fairly…"
Jun 16, 2011

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Software Developer
University of Hawaii - Manoa
Areas of Interest (Robotics, Software Architecture, Green Energy, Web 2.0, etc.):
Android development
Software Language Proficiencies / Interests:
C, C++, Java

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At 12:03pm on June 12, 2009, Darin Valenzona said…
Yeah I heard that you went to school...Didn't know you wanted to be a film maker...That's awesome...

As for iPhone development...It's easier than you think, although you do need to learn how to program in Objective-C...But that's pretty easy too. You just have to buy the $99 license from Apple, download the SDK, oh, get yourself an iPhone and you're good to go.

They have a bunch of little sample apps on getting OpenGL ES up and running, setting up a view...Using the accelerometers, etc...I think the biggest hurdles are 1) coming up with your own ideas and 2) creating a good method of getting user input (since there aren't any buttons or tactile feedback)...

Oh and check out

It's a 3D engine that you can use to develop stuff for the desktop, web, iPhone and Wii...Been wanting to pick it up but there's a big bruhaha at Blue Lava (shake up of management, might lose our jobs, etc)...So guess it'll have to wait for the time being...

I see Jacques and Malcolm walking around town every now and then, but that's pretty much all I see from BAE these days.

Gotta head out to lunch with my usual lunch partner, but I'll check the comment wall when I get back...
At 11:41am on June 12, 2009, Darin Valenzona said…
Hey Jimen,

Long time no speak! Yeah I create a couple of iPhone ones that are currently selling on the App Store. Unfortunately, there are so many coming out on a daily basis, they quickly get buried...So they're only making a couple bucks a day now...Gotta get cracking again...

What about you?
At 1:02pm on October 17, 2008, Mika Leuck said…
Hi Jimen. Other TechHuians involved in the film business include Chris Hall (Hawaii International Film Festival) and GB Hajim (Strange Frame project.)
At 9:40pm on October 12, 2008, Mika Leuck said…
Welcome Jimen! We hope you are having a nice weekend. We have several other members involved in the film industry and about a dozen that do game development.

The FAQ is a good place to learn about the site. You may want to join some of the interest groups such as C/C++ Developers and Game Developers.

We hope to see you in the groups and forums. Have a great week!


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