In our most recent Nature Article we detail how we used a novel compositional breast imaging technique and machine learning/artificial intelligence to better detect cancer. We have been funded for the next 5 year by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to build upon this research in Hawaii. As you may know, Hawaii's ethnic diversity makes it an ideal location to develop health based machine…Continue
Added by Lambert Leong on September 8, 2021 at 3:53pm — No Comments
Ooh my little sneaky one, my infections one
When you gonna let me socialize, Corona!
Ohh you make my body ache, my breath shallow
Got to isolate myself- thank you Rona!
When’s this gonna stop, give it up, such a sneaky one
Gonna take my temp, to see if I’m getting worse
My, my, my, aye-aye- cough!
Stay six feet away, huh a-will ya, huh?
Far enough away to not catch my Corona
Added by Sherry Lorance on May 5, 2020 at 7:25am — No Comments
I just published a new White Paper on The Significant IT outages of 2019. I have not uploaded it to my website as yet, but I should have it uploaded by later today (http://www.covingtonca.com). The last story especially touched me because we have solutions that could have prevented each and every one of these outage. I am going to try to attach the file. but if it doesn't work, you can retrieve it from my website later. I hope this…Continue
Added by Francis A. Covington on January 17, 2020 at 5:43am — No Comments
the names I see, Leighton Chong and Sayoko Jean Blodgett-Ford are
outdated! Thank you. David Henna. September 4, 2018
Added by David Henna on September 4, 2018 at 9:42am — No Comments
Whenever you’re on a social network, like Facebook or Twitter, you know who your friends and family are. However, there are many accounts that you don’t know personally, which can be bots. How can you tell bot from human? This a general issue beyond just social media. Google supports an approach to this called reCAPTCHA which can require a user doing a task that a human can do better than a bot. However, when posting to a social network,…Continue
Added by Augusto Callejas on April 8, 2018 at 5:47pm — No Comments
I wanted share a blog with everyone on TechHui, and I also wanted to ask if anyone has moved back recently to Hawaii in a tech job/tech entrepreneur area after working away for a while. I'd love to share your story.
The goal of the blog is to inspire others and give them roadmap options on how to make the journey back to Hawaii. Here's the…Continue
Added by Cindy Matsuki on November 6, 2017 at 9:29am — No Comments
We are looking for one Senior Developer and one Junior Developer at Title Guaranty!
Our office is in downtown Honolulu!
If you want to find out more, please go to www.tghawaii.com and click on Career Opportunities!
Added by Desiree on October 16, 2017 at 2:00pm — No Comments
Since March there’s been a competition going on, called the Purple Prize, that asks tech developers to team up with cultural practitioners to innovate technologies that serve Hawaiian culture and Hawaiʻi.…Continue
Added by Tom Bigelow on August 1, 2016 at 10:48am — No Comments
There are significant business and tactical advantages that can make it worthwhile for a startup company to file for a U.S. patent application on its business method invention, despite the current chaos in the U.S. Patent Office and the courts on the legal parameters for patenting business methods. For more ...
Added by Leighton K. Chong on May 27, 2016 at 12:55pm — No Comments
SpaceX - Hawthorne, CA & Cape Canaveral, FL
December 21, 2015 @ 5:20pm PST = 8:20pm EST = 2:20pm HST…
Added by Rubén Peña on December 21, 2015 at 2:30pm — No Comments
Title Guaranty in downtown Honolulu is currently looking for a couple of Software Developers! Ideal candidate would have a minimum of 2 years of experience with .NET, C#, ASP.net, Microsoft SQL Server and SSRS.
If you are interested, please apply through our website at www.tghawaii.com.
Added by Desiree on December 8, 2015 at 2:40pm — No Comments
The H-1B visa is commonly known as the Professional Worker's Visa and has been heavily used in the finance and tech industries as a tool for recruiting top international talent into information technology, software engineering and other specialized jobs in the information economy. A recent article in the New York Times, headlined "Large…Continue
Added by John Robert Egan on November 11, 2015 at 4:27pm — No Comments
It used to be that to develop with Microsoft technologies developers would have to pay up for development tools if they wanted the best experience. These days with all the options developers have, getting someone to pay for tools can be difficult.
Recently I wiped of one of my development machines and realized this is no longer the case while installing various tools.
It's well known that Microsoft has been moving towards open sourcing many of their projects like…
Sooner or later, everyone who is in the tech field for the long run bumps up against the U.S. immigration system. The tech talent pool is global, our engineering schools have plenty of international grads looking to be placed into U.S. jobs, and smart international investors are looking for U.S. tech entrepreneurs to back. And the unanimous reaction to the immigration encounter is “the U.S. immigration system really sucks!”
Added by John Robert Egan on August 7, 2015 at 10:19am — No Comments
As a continuation of my blog posts regarding continuous delivery, I shall explore the continuous delivery options for WordPress websites since I was recently been involved in such a project.
One changing component of a WordPress website is its templates, which are written in PHP. This PHP source can be version controlled quite easily and integrated with a continuous delivery system.
However, another changing component of a WordPress website is its plugins and their…Continue
Added by David Chung on August 3, 2015 at 8:48am — No Comments
We’re celebrating our having picked up two more engagements in June, for the States of Georgia and Oklahoma, with a tip of the hat to Andrew Hoppin (NuCivic.com) who, several years ago, got me focused on a business model based on long distance, distributed project teams. Justin, of course, continues to do the heavy lifting.
Lately I’ve been reviewing issues of long distance worker health and safety, and of information security with respect to access to corporate information from the…Continue
Added by Robert J. Vitello on June 30, 2015 at 3:30am — No Comments
Hi TechHui! I wanted to let you know that HTDC has an RFP out, looking for business mentors on Maui, Hawaii Island, and Kauai, to help small businesses grow as well as to represent HTDC. If you are interested, please check out the RFP. Please forward to anyone you think might be interested as well! Last chance to ask questions regarding…Continue
Added by Cindy Matsuki on June 26, 2015 at 3:33pm — No Comments
I like to hone my problem-solving skills by going over some programming contest questions and I also like to use programming contest problems in interviews because it allows me to gauge whether the candidate is a just a coder or a problem solver. That's not to say that if you can't come up with a correct solution, you aren't a problem solver -- if I'm the interviewer, I'm more interested in how you approach the problem and whether you can break up and present the problem in an abstract…Continue
Added by David Chung on June 8, 2015 at 12:00am — No Comments