Episode 364: Univ. of Hawaii Makers – Aug 19, 2015

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First up, we’ll hear about two upcoming events. Kelsey Amos from Purple Maia is here to tell us about the Weekend Coding Workshop for middle schoolers. Then Chalmer Lowe will tell us about an upcoming PyHawaii event. Finally, for the rest of the hour, we’ll catch up with the UH Makers. John Rand Director of STEM and KCC student Geena Wann-Kung will tell us about the maker movement at the University and their experiences at the National Maker Faire in Washington D.C.

Photo (l:r) Burt Lum, John Rand, Chalmer Lowe, Geena Wann-Kung, Kelsey Amos, Ryan Ozawa

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Episode 158: Hi Capacity – Aug 24, 2011

First we’ll look at the latest tech news and happenings in Hawaii and beyond. Then joining us today is Steve Sue and Michelle Hastings to tell us about an event called Lemonade Alley. Finally, we’ll find out about a group of local programmers who call themselves HI Capacity. We invited founding members Austen Ito and Matthew Badeau to tell us what types of challenges this group of programmers are looking to take on.

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