Infosys, the large multi-national technology services company based in India, has agreed to pay $34 million dollars to settle charges that it mis-used the U.S. visa system in hiring and deploying foreign technology workers in the United States. The New York Times reports that this is the largest ever…
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I think we should talk.
To be perfectly frank, I think we should see other people. I understand that we have a considerable history together, but for me to grow as a developer, I need to be able to see what else…
Ok, ok admittedly it's not really a "shootout". We all already know SQL-based data sources are generally less performant and less scalable than their NoSQL counterparts, but they are also…Continue
Crushing energy prices, food security issues, and lack of meaningful, well paying jobs plague Hawaii Island. TechConKona, a high impact, one-day conference is addressing these issues with ideas to solve them, as well as providing valuable job skills in the fields of sustainability and technology on…Continue
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Ali Catalano joins Kamuela-based Kinoshita Communications as account coordinator. Ali will be developing inbound marketing and social marketing campaigns for clients such as Hawaii Resort Homes, Alzheimer's Care Consultants, Brilliant Studios by Tropical Imaging and more.
Ali joins Kinoshita Communications from…Continue
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