I saw the article in the Star Bulletin today about Ooi and would like to find out more. I work in a distributed office, with folks scattered across the planet; it sounds like your technology may be of assistance with keeping the cats herded.
Aloha for now,
Yea, we have finished version 1.0 of our site and have learned much about GWT and GXT. I have to say, if I could do it over I would not use GXT. Their layouts are buggy andthe documentation is poor. And now GWT has caught up in most areas where GXT was ahead. Hope all is well with you all. Have a nice weekend. Murray.
Boy, talk about "ask and yee shall receive." Looks like the ICS news is up on the tech hui home page. Mahalo! This definitely provides new motivation for me to provide ICS news postings now that I know it will also be available to Tech Hui folks.
p.s. Very cool talk on Friday at UH: Ray Anderson, declared "Greenest CEO" by TIME magazine. I've just posted it to the ICS news page. Should appear in tech hui shortly.
Is there any way for the techhui site to somehow "repost" the news items from the ICS news page?
I am one of the maintainers of this page and it contains a lot of announcements for public talks and events that I think would be of interest to the techhui community. I think it would also be a step toward better integration and synergy between the UH and local tech community. For example, there's a talk coming up on the use of Facebook in the 2009 election that I think would be of interest to techhui people.
Hey Dan! Thanks for that Ext GWT tip. I had always assumed that it was applet based. I'm going to get some serious good use out of this!
Have you ever used JayRock? I've been using this to feed JSON data to my ExtJs grids. It is the simplest way that I have ever seen to generate JSON from .NET. You create a generic handler that inherits from JsonRpcHandler that is included in that distribution and it exposes your .NET objects as JSON. If you've not seen it, check it out: http://jayrock.berlios.de/
Hi Dan, I enjoyed meeting you and Mika at the Science & Tech Fair. She does spell her name Shin (actually it's short for Shinshook, but it's a bit hard to pronounce right). Thanks for letting me know about the openings at Referentia Systems, i'll check them out. Yes, I will probably be going to Manoa Geeks, so see you there!
Re: the Holiday Science and Tech Job Fair, thanks a lot -- I appreciate your looking out for me. I've heard plenty of good things about you, too, and look forward to meeting you sometime. I'd certainly like to get move involved in Hawaii's high-tech community in the larger sense and I feel like I have a lot to offer.
Thanks Dan! Yes definitely been a while - I caught up with Brent a bit when he visited here a few months back.. also got a chance to meet up with him in NY in September - was good to hang with him for a bit.
Thanks for the pointers! We should definitely catch up some time - the mystery of ooi is killing me ;-)
I wanted to tell you about the Eclipse Hawaii User's Group which meets every 3rd Tuesday from 530 - 7pm. We are a group of developers and users of the open source Eclipse IDE. Other tools and even IDEs (Aptana) are based on Eclipse. Our web site is eclipsehawaii.org and it would be really cool if we could be listed as a Hawaii Tech Site.
Hi Daniel, that sounds like a good idea, even though I hardly have keep any notes. Have been working with GWT for about a year now, a very pleasant way to develop Web UI.. We are using GWT-Ext packages, so it already comes with some nice bells and whistles especially for dashboards. We have also been integrating it with a Java GIS Applet, passing data back and forth using JSNI mechanism. Overall, very impressive and easy to use, compile, and run. Wishing there was some good local work around for GWT/dashboards!
Have a good day
Hi Daniel. Thanks again for coming to the .NET user group meeting. It was a pleasure having you. I wanted to pass you the link to a couple articles I was referring to during the meeting about the professor who is decrying the education of many college curriculums. Hope you find them interesting: