Episode 583: McD Education Workshop + Waysine – Oct 30, 2019

Photo (l:r) Burt Lum, Roger Morton, Tarik Sultan, Karl Chang

First up, we have Tarik Sultan from XLR8HI here to tell us about the upcoming 2019 McDonalds Education Workshop. Then, we are joined by Karl Chang from Waysine and Roger Morton from the City’s Oahu Transit Services to tell us about creating digital signage at Honolulu bus stops.

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Episode 574: @XLR8HI + Hawaii Annual Code Challenge – Aug 28, 2019

Photo (l:r) Doug Murdock, Stewart Crawford, Governor David Ige, Kate Poljakova Matayoshi

First up, we have Kate Poljakova Matayoshi from XLR8HI here to talk about an upcoming event called Bank on It. Then, we have Governor David Ige, State Chief Information Officer, Doug Murdock and HPU Computer Science Associate Professor Stewart Crawford here to talk about the upcoming 4th Hawaii Annual Code Challenge.

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Episode 547: @XLR8HI and ManaUp Cohort 3

Photo (l:r) Burt Lum, Zak Noyle, Jalene Kanani, Omar Sultan

First up, Omar Sultan tell us about the next XLR8HI Pau Hana Talk Story with Startup Capital Ventures. Then, Jalene Kanani from Noho Home and Zak Noyle from Hayn both part of Mana Up‘s 3rd Cohort are here to fill us in on their entrepreneurial adventure.

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Episode 544: @XLR8HI and The SuMo Lab

Photo (l:r) Burt Lum, Ben Trevino, Stephanie Chang, Omar Sultan

First, we hear from Omar Sultan from Sultan Ventures who joins us to tell us about the XLR8HI Open House. Then, we hear from Ben Trevino and Stephanie Chang about a user-centric, community collaboration project called the HART Sustainability Mobility Lab or SuMo Lab.

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Episode 492: AI in Education – January 31, 2018

Photo (l:r) Burt Lum, Brian Dote, Tarik Sultan, Ryan Ozawa

First up we have Tarik Sultan from Sultan Ventures to tell us about their upcoming Spring XLR8HI workshops. Then we’ll talk with Ted Dintersmith, creator of Most Likely to Succeed and Brian Dote from Mid Pacific Institute about School Retool and how schools need to keep up with fast changing technology.

Note: For discounts on XLR8HI Workshops use discount code: Bytemarks

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