First up, we hear from Samantha Kemsey about the latest classes available from Computational Thinkers. Then we talk with William Smith, Onkar Nerurkar, and Cale Mechler about the launch earlier this month of Project Imua at the NASA Whallops Flight Facility in Virginia.
Today, we jump right into our main feature and talk about the State’s efforts to transform and modernize its Information Technology infrastructure. We invited Governor David Ige, the 8th governor to the State of Hawaii in his third year as well as Todd Nacapuy the State Chief Information Officer. We talk about the State’s IT Roadmap, key accomplishments and the upcoming Hawaii Annual Code Challenge.
First up, we hear about an upcoming screening of a film titled “She Started It” from Tiffany Quezada of local startup Hobnob. Then we talk with Ryan Gonzo Gonzales, Bryan Kamaoli Kuwada and Jocelyn Makiʻilei Ishihara about the intersection of aboriginal storytelling and video game design.
- Kanaeokana on Facebook
- Workshops on Aboriginal Storytelling
- Initiative for Indigenous Futures Partnership
First up, we talk to Lily Bui from MIT about her work in sensor technology and a project called iSeeChange. Then we talk with Rhowell Ruiz, Shayne Matsuda from the Office of Elections and Chelsea Harder from Hawaii Green Growth and the Aloha + Dashboard about department challenges for the upcoming Hawaii Annual Code Challenge.
First up, we talk to Phil Tripp, Senior Business Development Manager for SXSW about rounding up Hawaii talent. He’s set up a Facebook page for the Hawaii meetups. Then we talk with Rep. Matt Lopresti and Vern Miyagi from HiEMA about disaster preparedness in the nuclear reality of North Korea and what plans are being developed.