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uh-ics-students

A group focused on the needs of UH ICS undergraduate and graduate students. If you are interested in supporting this community, please join this group. While the focus is on ICS students, you need not be an ICS student to participate!See More
Jan 20
Andrew Emmons replied to Philip Johnson's discussion Three good things about being a UH ICS student in the group uh-ics-students
"Three good things: 1. The ICS program forces us to learn valuable material. 2. There are plenty of clubs here at UH, which offer us the ability to learn and educate ourselves more. 3. A lot of the content we learn from can be universally…"
Jan 20
Andrew Emmons replied to Philip Johnson's discussion Three bad things about being an ICS student in the group uh-ics-students
"Three ways that the UH ICS program could improve include:  1. Making the program more affordable.  2. Offer more courses to help us become full stack web developers.  3. Offer more internship opportunities for employers in Hawaii."
Jan 20
ZJ Lin replied to Philip Johnson's discussion Three bad things about being an ICS student in the group uh-ics-students
"This only applies to computer engineering 1. stop teaching us outdated stuff 2. hire more faculty  3. keep giving us interesting electives to take."
Jan 20
ZJ Lin replied to Philip Johnson's discussion Three good things about being a UH ICS student in the group uh-ics-students
"1. Learning how to learn new skills 2. Being able to code, makes you more useful for business which makes you more useful for yourself.  3. Having the ability to create something out of nothing (god mode). "
Jan 20
Gunwook Baik replied to Philip Johnson's discussion Three bad things about being an ICS student in the group uh-ics-students
"Three ways that the UH ICS program could improve, in my opinions could be:1. Making some earlier classes available. Some may enjoy later classes as it could allow them to sleep in more, or give them more time to study in the day, however, I feel as…"
Jan 20
Gunwook Baik replied to Philip Johnson's discussion Three good things about being a UH ICS student in the group uh-ics-students
"Three good things that the UH ICS program provides for its students is:1. There are many opportunities available to UH ICS students. Not only do we have extracurricular activities such as clubs (ACM), but as ICS students Gerald keeps us posted about…"
Jan 20
Ronuel Arreza replied to Philip Johnson's discussion Three good things about being a UH ICS student in the group uh-ics-students
"1. Learning new languages 2. Smaller classes makes the class more group based with more communication, than doing things individually. 3. Opportunities given to us in class or from email that may interest us"
Jan 19

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Occupation:
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Areas of Interest (Robotics, Software Architecture, Green Energy, Web 2.0, etc.):
Green Energy
Software Language Proficiencies / Interests:
Java, Other
About Me:
I am a professor of Information and Computer Sciences at the University of Hawaii. My current research and development interests focus on software for the smart grid and created sustained, positive change in energy-related behaviors.
Website:
http://csdl.ics.hawaii.edu

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Posted on December 12, 2007 at 1:00pm

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At 3:57pm on February 10, 2009, Mika Leuck said…
At 10:49am on February 8, 2009, Daniel Leuck said…
I think it would also be a step toward better integration and synergy between the UH and local tech community. For example, there's a talk coming up on the use of Facebook in the 2009 election that I think would be of interest to techhui people.
I agree. We just added an RSS feed for ICS News & Announcements to the front page between Forums and Groups. We also added "Facebook Use in the 2008 Presidential Election" to the calendar and featured the event. If there are events of particular importance you want to feature just shoot me an email. We can place them in the event calendar and give them special mention in the "Site Info, Announcements & Things To Do" column.
At 11:55am on January 28, 2009, GB Hajim said…
1) I'd be very interested in your perspective on how the ICS M.S. program could better suit the local community:

http://www.techhui.com/forum/topics/what-would-make-the-uh-ics

I'm a big advocate of teaching foundations and theory. Software and hardware come and go and usually can be picked up quickly. Learning how systems work, art theory, the sociology/psychology of UI, that's priceless.


(2) In one of your previous postings, you spoke about friends going on tour with the Dead. I happen to play occasionally with a local Grateful Dead style jam band called Shakadown Street:

http://www.myspace.com/shakadownstreet

Do you play music? Would you like to come jam with us sometime?

I would, but I'm on the Big Island
At 11:56am on August 21, 2008, aaron kagawa said…
hey philip, welcome to our ICS mentors group. it would be awesome to have professors as TopCoder mentors too.
At 4:09pm on August 12, 2008, David C. Brauer said…
Hey Philip,

How you doing? Check out my latest project at http://www.sip-hawaii.org. It would be great to have you join that too. P.S. are you still Jammin? I play Bass!
At 7:31am on April 9, 2008, GenePhillips said…
Hi Philip

Nice Les Paul

Cheers
Gene
At 10:49am on December 20, 2007, Daniel Leuck said…
Hi Philip,

A partner of ours, Atlassian, has been building and acquiring a lot of tools in the code collaboration space including monitoring and review management. These include FishEye - for monitoring source code, Clover - for improving test quality, productivity, & project integration of code coverage, and Crucible for reviewing code changes, making comments, & recording outcomes. The tools are free for open source projects. If you have folks working on Hackystat and Jupiter, they may want to take a look for research purposes.
At 8:23am on December 19, 2007, Clifton Royston said…
Hi, Philip. Nice to see you here. We still need to get together for lunch one of these days!
At 10:29am on December 12, 2007, Daniel Leuck said…
Welcome Philip! I was just reading your blog entry on Social Networks for Software Engineers. Let me know if you have ideas for Tech Hui. We are planning to develop some custom features.

I just added Fortress to the language list.
 
 
 

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