Hi Daniel - I just relocated to HI with my Hawaii-born wife, and I come with several years of technical program management experience from the San Francisco / Silicon Valley area. Your TechHui site is amazing, and I've already found a wealth of information here. Russel Cheng recommended that I reach out to you for guidance on how to conduct an effective technical job search in Honolulu. Of course, working at a technology-focused company would be ideal, but I'm also open to working at any type of organization (regardless of industry) as long as it has a passion for using technology to grow its business. Do you have any suggestions or contacts that I can start with?
E komo mai Daniel. I know Blaine pretty well from when I worked at Salesforce. I have connected with him on this site also. Look forward to visiting the Salesforce event next month, as we plan to sponsor.
Hi daniel, how's Tech Hui doing? Looks like there's been a gap in use. I'm looking for a community to share what I've learned doing App Dev and working on a new Hawaii based and focused startup. Fun stuff.
I'm all for the thread, it would be a great discussion! And although I agree with you about the home distractions I think that when you have results based projects to work on a sense of urgency takes over. I think that there is a balance to it all. Personally I'm frustrated with the notion that some time ago someone said we have to shuffle papers from 9 to 5.
Are you in the business of creating web sites these days? If so, would you kindly provide me with a quote to do one for the Hawaii Women's Fund? Per Kevin (Hughes), you are the best and you are worth every penny. I am asking on behalf of my fellow Board members. Here's the website of a sister organization, American Assn. of University Women (AAUW): http://aauwhonolulu.org/site/. HWF would be looking for something similar. Mahalo nui loa and best to you, Leilani