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June 2010 Blog Posts (9)

2010 TechHui Conference: That's a Wrap!

Aloha e TechHuians! We had three keynotes, 10 panels, 180 Subway sandwiches, a special HTML 5 session, a few hand launched AUVs, an appearance by Gollum and no fatalities. Woohoo! Many thanks to our sponsors*, organizers Susan Horowitz (Pacific New Media College), Mika Leuck (Ikayzo) and… Continue

Added by Daniel Leuck on June 26, 2010 at 11:00pm — 15 Comments

Apple Knows Best

Full Disclosure: I've no vested interest in either but I do have some slight anti-Apple bias.

Lots of buzz lately with the very promising launch of the iPhone 4 which is now out (sorta) coming on the tails of the successful iPad launch and Android's success continuing through the recent Evo 4G giving Sprint a decent phone - finally and the upcoming Droid X through Verizon. Inevitable…

Added by Brian on June 24, 2010 at 10:30pm — 1 Comment

Neil Abercrombie unveils Technology and Innovation plan, calls for infusion of technology to create jobs and diversify economy

Neil Abercrombie today unveiled his Technology and Innovation Plan, the latest in a series of policy papers outlining his priorities as a gubernatorial candidate.

“We need to weave technology and innovation into our economy to grow new businesses, raise productivity and create good jobs,” said Abercrombie. “But it can only happen by building a disciplined policy that brings together the Office of the Governor, the Legislature, the university system, the private sector, and… Continue

Added by L.P. "NEENZ" FALEAFINE on June 23, 2010 at 4:29pm — 13 Comments

Advanced Google Apps for Modern Business Research


Finding and using new research technologies is very exciting for me.This month I'm going to share some really hot research tips straight from Google Labs. Use the sample links and get a glimpse of what's possible and at your finger tips for smarter looking projects and very current trend information. Please feel free to send me any questions or comments. I always like hearing from you and I am always looking for more clients who need research services.…


Added by Sonia N. Isotov on June 18, 2010 at 1:15pm — No Comments

Weekend Success: Ported Mathogen to Flash for Facebook

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This weekend I successfully ported Mathogen from Objective-C for iPhone to Flash for Facebook. Please comment or email me at …


Added by David Neely on June 14, 2010 at 2:00pm — 8 Comments

Weekend programming challenge #2 - Mathogen in AS3 on Facebook

Thanks to everyone on TechHui for all the positive feedback for my Tetris clone, Gemtris. Today I decided to take on another self-imposed programming challenge this weekend. I'm giving myself 2 days to complete an AS3 port of my iPhone game Mathogen (… Continue

Added by David Neely on June 10, 2010 at 11:00am — 2 Comments

Lessons learned creating a Tetris clone...

Action Script 3.0 is easy to prototype with. There's instant feedback because it's so easy to build and iterate. I'm planning to create on a picture match game next. I want to create 2 more games over the next two months. This weekend I set about creating a Tetris clone called Gemtris (view code) to showcase my talents and possibly… Continue

Added by David Neely on June 8, 2010 at 8:00am — 11 Comments

Thank you TechHui!

I have been reading articles, checking out forums on techhui for a couple of years now, but only recently decided to sign up. I have to say a big mahalo to TechHui for the work you are doing, especially this website. What made me sign up today was reading: "Finding & Retaining Talent in Hawaii" by Daniel Leuck (I'm not really sure how I stumbled upon it). Anyway, I decided to sign up and write my first blog post, with that article in mind, as I also introduce myself to the TechHui… Continue

Added by Travis Teruya on June 7, 2010 at 10:32am — 1 Comment

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