First up, Mark Kimura from Oceanit joins us to tell us about going virtual with the upcoming Aloha A.I. workshop. Then, we’re joined by Assaf Karmon from Turnover BNB to talk about building a startup, going through accelerator Blue Startups and the path to HVCA’s Tech Entrepreneur of the Year.
First up, the Maui Techies are having a meetup on March 17th at Maui Brewing Company in Kihei. It’s an evening filled with conversations about all things techie. Whether you are just beginning or already an expert in your field, or if technology is your hobby, you will find someone who shares your interests. Friends and newcomers are always welcome.
Finally, we’re joined by Eddie Ontai, President of Data House and Brennon Morioka Dean of the UH College of Engineering to talk about the TRUE Initiative and how students are part of an innovation mentorship program to help solve real world problems.
First up, if you are interested in the startup world, Blue Startups is having a Founders Mixer on Thursday, March 5! You can meet the Blue Startups team, and take the opportunity to pitch your idea, startup, or skill while networking with Hawaii’s entrepreneurial community.
Finally, Iris Ikeda from the Division of Financial Institutions – DCCA and Ellen Ng from HTDC to talk about the Digital Currency Innovation Lab and how you can test out your crypto currency idea in Hawaii.
First up, on Saturday, February 29, 2020, Hālau ʻĪnana in Kapaʻakea-Mōʻiliʻili will transform into an ʻŌlelo Jam. They’ve invite Hawaiian speakers to come and co-create digital content in ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi for community which includes teachers, students, kupuna as well as new learners. No tech experience is needed; just the (desire) to ʻōlelo or speak Hawaii and create a better world for us ma ka ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi!
Last but not least, we’re joined by Trisha Nakayama from IBM and Martha Crosby, Professor in ICS at UH Manoa, to talk about careers in data science and the Women in Data Science Conference sponsored by IBM.
First up, I want to let you know about the Spring break Altino Coding training for teachers. There are two 3-day 3-credit introduction to coding workshop for teachers, during spring break starting March 16 for the Campbell Kapolei Complex and Maui Complex starting March 19th. There are only 30 seats per 3 day training. Teacher can take the class for 3 credits. They can sign up via the Dept of Education’s professional development PDE3 website – search for “Altino”. Mahalo to sponsors Kamehameha Schools, Public Schools of Hawaii Foundation, Toyota Hawaii, and the State of Hawaii legislature so teachers can attend for only $25 for a 3-day 3-credit class. Sign up here before it fills up.
First up, Amy Weintraub, Executive Director of the Hawaii Academy of Science joins us to tell us about the and the regionals science fairs that lead up to the upcoming Hawaii State Science Fair. Then, we’re joined by Corie Tanida and Sarah-Lyn Kaeo, honor student at Univ of Hawaii Manoa, both independent but support Common Cause, civic engagement and automatic voter registration. The bills to follow during this legislative session include: SB2005 and HB2119.
First up, Jonathan Weinberger from the Honolulu Game Development Meetup joins us to tell us about the Unity Game Jam and Hackathon happening this Sunday, Feb 9th. Then, we’re joined by Bill Hozey and Kaui Kauhi from MicroNan to talk about some novel technology that converts your smartphone into a sterilization tool.
First up, Jessica Radovich from College of Tropical Ag and Human Resources joins us to tell us about an event called CTAHR Day. Then Suchandra Thapa, independent coder and organizer is here to tell us about the upcoming UnVoxxed Unconference. Last but not least, we are joined by Richard Zheng and Kat Windham from ServPac to tell us about their new data center and what makes the Internet work.
First up, David Miyashiro from Hawaii Kids Can joins us to tell us about an event called the Hawaii Education Innovation Showcase. Then, we are joined by Ken Hiraki from the Public Schools of Hawaii Foundation and Melanie Joseph from Farmers Insurance to tell us about innovation, the Education Innovation Teacher Challenge Grant, and social impact investing.
First up, Katherine Williams from Google joins us to tell us about an event happening tomorrow called Grow with Google. Then we have Justin Delos Reyes, Computer Science teacher from Campbell High School and President of the CSTA Hawaii Chapter here to tell us about the upcoming CSTA Hawaii Summit. Last but not least, we are joined by Chenoa Farnsworth from Blue Startups to tell us about the next East Meets West conference.