The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service ran its annual selection process to distribute the quota of 85,000 high-skilled worker visas among over 172,000 applicants in April. Tech firms who rely on the H-1B visa category are finding this bottleneck in the labor market increasingly difficult to manage and appear to be developing strategies for…Continue
While looking through some old code, I found my first iOS projects that I did while I was a graduate student at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. The earliest of which goes back to November of 2008, which was 4 months or so after the App Store opened its doors (according to Wikipedia). Since then I had developed 3 apps (two ended up in the App Store), the last of which I worked on in 2010.
Added by George Lee on May 2, 2014 at 9:56am — No Comments
Have an idea to pitch? The time is now.
You have great ideas. You need support for your great ideas. Here are two upcoming events you don't want to miss:
Maui Tech Night
Added by Bobbi Carter on April 30, 2014 at 1:12pm — No Comments
I just read that Sopogy shut down. I am surprised because I thought it was the next big thing for Hawaii with an imminent IPO. Any idea what happened?
One of the key challenges for online marketers is coordinating effectively the wide range of digital channels for outreach and the fragmented and siloed reporting these channels generate. From my recent research of mobile marketing tools and platform vendors, the situation is improving for marketers -- although it is far from completely resolved.
Starting from a mobile tool-set such as SMS/MMS and voice,…Continue
Added by Tzyh Ng on April 18, 2014 at 3:33pm — No Comments
Mobile first -- the principle of approaching digital design from mobile form factors first, then accommodating larger form factors afterwards -- is a buzz term. It turns on its head the old status quo of designing for desktops primarily, with mobile as an afterthought. The term trips glibly off tongues everywhere now, but don’t scoff at its current trendiness. You might miss the fact that it’s a god-send to content strategists and UX designers.…Continue
NO FOOLING! April 1st. For the first time I'm going to lay out my "7 Funnel Secrets to Draw Your Very Best Clients" at the Hawaii Internet Marketers Association next week.
Space is limited so save your spot here: http://bitly.com/1dtOBT8…Continue
Added by Laura K. Kinoshita on March 25, 2014 at 2:29pm — No Comments
I was twirling the thought of Chaum's Protocol in my head, its intricacies filling the gaps between my synapses. Impressed by its cryptographic properties, I could not at the same time escape a nagging sensation in another part of my brain:…Continue
Given any sequence of simple assignment statements concluded by a return statement, we can view the whole sequence
as a function that executes the first statement,
and then executes and returns a function that contains the rest of the statements.
For example, this sequence of two statements, which results in 6,
x = 3;
can be re-written as:
With the tremendous increase in the number of…Continue
Added by Kyle H. Albert on March 19, 2014 at 6:00pm — No Comments
Save the date! Join us on Saturday, March 29th, for the Global Windows Azure Boot Camp! This year, you can join thousands of friends online by participating in this Global Event and support cutting edge diabetes research. The 2014 event will be hosting a globally distributed lab in which attendees of the event will deploy virtual machines in Windows Azure which will help analyze data needed for diabetes research.
This event is geared towards…Continue
Added by Laura K. Kinoshita on March 19, 2014 at 9:28am — No Comments
We are living in an era where we store personal and private information digitally on our smartphones, laptops and on “the cloud”. Malicious entities, and even government entities are always looking for ways to get to that information. You need to take extra steps to ensure your life stays private. Here are some measures you can take to help ensure that:
Use encryption everywhere
Encrypt data on your computer’s hard drive by using file encryption programs, such…Continue
About a year ago Adobe announced that it would be ending their Creative Suite offering, rebranding their applications under the Creative Cloud. Customers would no longer be able to pay once for most of the main Adobe software and use it forever. Instead they now need to pay monthly and will no longer be able to use the software if they stop paying. I don’t use Adobe software extensively, but there are times when I need to so I decided to try it out for a year using their…Continue
Has your company grown to the point that it needs some structure and organization around its sales processes? Do your existing ad-hoc collection of online tools not cut it anymore for supporting sustained outreach to clients and closing deals? I recently found myself helping a growing startup wade through the sea of customer relationship management (CRM) tools online to narrow in on a few that fit its needs and thought I would share some of my…Continue
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Testimony Filing Deadline: Monday, March 17 @ 9:00 A.M.
Added by Mika Leuck on March 13, 2014 at 5:00pm — No Comments
The front-end web stack has a plethora of tools for developing robust, scalable applications. Whether it's UI frameworks like Foundation or Bootstrap, front-end MVC frameworks like Angular, Backbone, or Ember, or production tools like RequireJS, SASS, or JSHint. The only problem is, how do you choose which technologies to go with? And once you figure that out, you still need to string them all together, managing dependencies and configuration files, etc. You…Continue
Added by Mike King on March 13, 2014 at 2:30pm — No Comments
There's a fascinating story just published on The New York Times, "Silicon Valley’s Youth Problem," that explores the many facets of the age divide in the heart of America's tech industry. Written by a Comp Sci graduate student with a few internships at hot new Silicon Valley startups under his belt, the article touches on many aspects of the new guard/old guard divide in an industry…Continue
Added by Tzyh Ng on March 12, 2014 at 5:34pm — No Comments
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Added by Laura K. Kinoshita on March 12, 2014 at 4:21pm — No Comments
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Added by Laura K. Kinoshita on March 12, 2014 at 4:20pm — No Comments