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Please note that any prior information is outdated. The times of the workshops have changed and the showcase has been postponed.

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Aloha techies!

We come to you with an exciting opportunity to be part of a workshop by Anouk Wipprecht! She’s an extremely talented Engineer/ Electronic Couture designer from the Netherlands and she’s coming here to host workshops for a select group of Honolulu’s fashion designers! We’re looking for volunteers to help!

tech: any experience with arduinos or other hardware devices (teensy, octo, neopixels, xbee), coding and soldering.

design: sewing help

The workshops will be Tuesday, Nov 10 - Thursday, Nov 12 from 10am-3pm. Volunteering earns you a free ticket! Volunteer experience can range from students to professionals. If you are available and interested in volunteering please email info@shoux.media with the days you are intersted in volunteering for.

To honor the commemoration of fashion month and debut our hard working and innovative movers and shakers driving innovation in fashion tech, we will be showcasing our inaugural hybrid designs to blow your mind. The date of the showcase will be announced so keep an eye out for an official announcement!

Thank you so much and PLEASE spread the word!!!

#FashionTech #Anouk_Wipprecht #Wearable-Tech #hardware #software

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Can you tell the difference between a Mobile Application and a Web Application? Are you interested in learning about their differences and how they can affect your business? HICapacity’s Edward Kim will be giving a presentation on what each technology is, how they differ from each other, how they can be used in your business, and if it makes sense to build one of your own.

This presentation is aimed specifically at those that are not developers but are interested in staying up to date with the current trends in the technology industry. Developers are also welcome to share their own stories and experiences. Interaction between businesses and developers is highly encouraged and this event is just one way to continue the conversation.

The presentation will end with a break out session and a Q&A session where attendees can get tailored advice suited to their business. During the breakout session, attendees can try exercises that flex the advice given in the presentation or to get to know other attendees.

Please note that there are two times for the event. There is one during the day from 2pm to 3pm and another at night from 7pm to 8pm.


When: Wednesday, November 18, 2015 from 2pm to 3pm and 7pm to 8pm

Where: Manoa Innovation Center Presentation Room, 2800 Woodlawn Drive, Honolulu, Hawaii 96822.

Street parking is available, as well as a limited amount of green vistor stalls are available. Please do not park in the reserved stalls.


Edward Kim

Edward Kim is a developer for Slickage Studios. He graduated from the University of Manoa with a Bachelor of Science degree in Information and Computer Science. Since graduating, he has mainly focused on building web services and applications for both the client and server side. He’s also has experience building Machine Learning Frameworks and A.I. type applications, worked with GIS type applications for the military, and is currently helping to build an open source forum application, Epochtalk.

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UH Sustainability

Many of the technical solutions exist for the sustainability challenges we face, however the social friction of our organizations often get in the way. Learn more about how the social architecture of sustainability can catalyze transformational change.

Matt Lynch from the UH Office of Sustainability will be giving a presentation on the President’s Green Initiative Awards (cash prizes for student-led sustainability projects) and the systemwide sustainabiltiy strategy.


When: Wednesday, November 4, 2015 @ 7:00pm

Where: Manoa Innovation Center (HICapacity), 2800 Woodlawn Drive, Suite #132, Honolulu, Hawaii 96822.

Street parking is available, as well as a limited amount of green vistor stalls are available. Please do not park in the reserved stalls.


Matthew Lynch

Matthew Lynch is the System Sustainability Coordinator for the ten campuses of the University of Hawaii. He is also founder of of the Honolulu based nonprofit Asia-Pacific Center for Regenerative Design, and currently serves on the Board of Directors for Kahumana Organic Farm and Slow Food Oahu, and as the Measures Project Co-Chair for the Hawaii Green Growth Aloha+ State Sustainability Dashboard.

His work implements permaculture design principles in a broad range of community projects from Mongolia to Australia and throughout the Pacific, from building rural community resilience through farmer trainings, to sustainable economic development, to catalyzing institutional change through policy work and collaborative leadership.

Matt’s talent for energizing communities and individuals has re-humanized urban and institutional systems in the developing and developed worlds, and works towards restoring & regenerating the ecological systems upon which these social systems depend.

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NOTE: The information in this post is outdated. See all updated information here.

Anouk

CLICK HERE TO SEE VIDEOS: https://vimeo.com/142590171 or https://vimeo.com/141569102

Aloha techies!

We come to you with an exciting opportunity to be apart of a workshop by Anouk Wipprecht! She’s and extremely talented Engineer/ Electronic Couture designer from the Netherlands and she’s coming here to host workshops for a select group of Honolulu’s fashion designers! The workshops will be followed by a fashion show to showcase their work. We’re looking for volunteers to help!

tech: any experience with arduinos or other hardware devices (teensy, octo, neopixels, xbee), coding and soldering. design: sewing help

The workshops will be Tuesday, Nov 10 - Thursday, Nov 12 from 10am-6pm. The Fashion Show will be at the Modern Hotel on Saturday, Nov 14th. Volunteering for 2 shifts earns you a free ticket! Otherwise tickets are $100 each. Volunteer experience can range from students to professionals. If you are available and interested in volunteering please email jlblanke@hawaii.edu what your shift preferences are:

Day1 Tuesday, Nov 10

Shift 1: 10am-2pm Tech intro

Shift 2: 2pm-6pm

Day2 Wednesday, Nov 11

Shift 1: 10am-2pm

Shift 2: 2pm-6pm

Day3 Thursday, Nov 12

Shift 1: 10am-2pm

Shift 2: 2pm-6pm

If you would like to learn more about the devices you will be working with before the event, Tuesday Nov 3rd, HICapacity (makerspace in the Manoa Innovation Center) will be hosting it’s weekly hardware night and will focus on the devices that will be used during the workshop. If Tuesday does not work for your schedule, but you would still like some practice before, feel free to email me jlblanke@hawaii.edu and we will see what we can do.

Thank you so much and PLEASE spread the word!!!

#FashionTech #Anouk_Wipprecht #Wearable-Tech #hardware #software

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HICapacity Halloween BBQ

LOCATION UPDATE: we’re moving to Kapiolani Park, across from the aquarium.

It’s time for a HICapacity BBQ and what better day than Halloween? Join us for some food and friends as we kick off the best holiday of the year. This event is open to everyone!

#events #halloween #bbq

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Arduino

Do you want to take your Halloween costume to another level this year?

Have you been wondering how to get started on wearable or hackable electronic devices?

Come to HICapacity! Next Wednesday, October 14th (6-8pm) we will be giving a tutorial on getting started with Arduino microcontrollers. The event will be hosted by UH student, Jessica Grazziotin. Jessica will show you step-by-step how to make LED light up glasses for a cosplay piece. She will also show you all the tools you’ll need to get started on projects of your own. This event is geared for beginners, so everyone from all ages and skill levels are invited to come check it out!

Email us here jlblanke@hawaii.edu with questions, to RSVP (helpful but not required) or if you would like to bring a project of your own!

What is an Arduino? Arduino is a popular brand of microcontrollers designed to be professional grade as well as user friendly. Basically anyone can do it (THAT MEANS YOU!)

#events #tech #free_workshop #halloween #wearables #arduino #projects #cosplay

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hauntedhacknight

Hosted by HICapacity and KCC’s ESW chapter (Engineers for a Sustainable World) Join us Wednesday, Oct. 7th (3:30-6) for FREE snacks and beginner help with 3D printing, soldering, coding, and other electronic project help! Come check out electronic projects that students and professionals in the community are working on!

Featured projects: drones, apps, costume wearables, electronic skateboard, games, and more!

Email us here jlblanke@hawaii.edu with questions, to let us know you’re coming or if you would like to bring a project! See you there!

Location: KCC Stem Center, 4303 Diamond Head Road, Bldg. Koki’o 202, Honolulu, HI 96816

#events #tech #free_workshop #KCC #ESW #3Dprinting #halloween #wearables

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Aloha Ladies! You’re invited to HICapacity’s first ever Ladies Social event! ladiesnight

Join us Tuesday August 25th (5:30-7pm) for snacks and socializing with other women in the Hawaii tech industry! Who’s invited? All women of all ages and skill levels (from the tech rookie to the senior developer). Who’s not ivited? No one! Men are welcome too. Just like programming night, hardware night, or any other event night at HICapacity, we are hosting a non-discriminating event where anyone that would like to participate is free and welcome to attend. Feel free stick around later for our weekly hardware night right after!

RSVP to jlblanke@hawaii.edu to let us know you’re coming or to suggest some conversation starters! See you there!

Location: HICapacity @ The Manoa Innovation Center, 2800 Woodlawn Drive, Suite #132, Honolulu, HI 96822

#events #women #tech

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HiCapacity Panels at Honolulu ComicCon (7/25/15)
http://comicconhonolulu.com

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Comic Con was a hit! Thanks for everyone that attended our panels! Stay tuned for upcoming events related to the presenters' topics!

3D printing in Cosplay with Gavin Yamasato

“Utopiart Studio’s Gavin Yamasato talks about the exciting new frontiers in cosplay. If you’ve ever wanted an exact copy of a piece from your favorite series, 3D printing is the best way to do it!”

Arduino and Wearable Tech in Cosplay with: Jessica Grazziotin and Ross Mukai

“Join HiCapacity [and Oahu makerspace] for a panel about how ultra-cheap, ultra-hackable, ultra-tiny wearable electronics called Arduino microcontrollers can be integrated into cosplay. The possibilities are endless!”

Making 3D Art for Games with: Jesse Thompson

“Want to learn about the process for creating 3D game art assets? Come join 3D artist Jesse Thompson as he walks through the process of creating current gen PBR art assets into the Unity3d game engine.”

descriptions by Ed White

#Comiccon #Cosplay #3D-Printing #Wearable-Tech #3D-Game-Art #Oahu-Makerspace

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We’ve had a busy Summer! Sorry these are late but here is a look at what has been happening in the community the past few weeks :D. Stop by HICapacity any week night or shoot us an email to see what fun new project/event is underway.

Reboot the Commute at Bytemarks Cafe
http://www.bytemarkscafe.org/2015/05/27/episode-352-reboot-the-commute-may-27-2015/

BytemarksCafe

“First we’ll cover some local science and tech stories, then we’ll talk with a couple of news guests.”

Start up Week Honolulu
http://www.eventbrite.com/e/startup-weekend-workshop-series-tickets-16846013881?aff=es2

Startup

Intro to Lean Startups - 5/28 Agile Project Development - 6/4

Fireside Chat with Joel Gasoigne
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fireside-chat-with-joel-gascoigne-tickets-17126685377

fireside

“Join us for a relaxed discussion and Q&A with one of the leaders of the software startup scene.”

SMACSS Some Sense into CSS
http://www.meetup.com/dynamic/events/223228318/

smacss

“Writing simpler CSS with Scalable and Modular Architecture for CSS (Or SMACSS)”“

Oahu Agile Project Management Meetup
http://www.meetup.com/HawaiiAgile/events/223536831/

“How Agile can be applied to running a business, especially those with limited resources like startups.”

Node School
http://nodeschool.io

nodeschool

“Open source workshops that teach web software skills. Do them on your own or at a workshop nearby.”

Python Weekly
http://www.eventbrite.com/e/python-weekly-tickets-17777497975

![pyhawaii](https://img.evbuc.com/https%3A%2F%2Fimg.evbuc.com%2Fhttps%253A%252F%252Fcdn.evbuc.com%252Fimages%252F14334547%252F144931676449%252F1%252Foriginal.jpg%3Frect%3D208%252C0%252C356%252C178%26s%3D70c5e44dd4214fe7bb79e36154a77f20?h=150&w=300&s=8234db0fc3c78a16d8029a1105b767f9)</br>

"A place for seasoned Pythonistas and aspiring code monkeys, alike. Join us for your weekly fix of Python programming."</br></br>

Wetware Wednesdays
http://htdc.org/wetwarewed/

![wetware](https://cdn.evbuc.com/images/1579971/61113360787/1/logo.png)</br>

"Software Developers Networking Event"</br></br>

Stay Tuned for these Upcoming/Reoccurring Events in the Community!

#events #coding #startups #css #nodeschool #bytemarkscafe #smacss #fireside #python #pyhawaii #wetwarewed

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Do you have a domain? More than one? If so, you’ll fit right in at DOTCOM, a new discussion and support group for domain hoarders collectors.

We also welcome people who would like to get started. If you’re curious what this is all about, come for the intro session at 5:30, and we can help you buy your first domain, or answer any questions you may have.

At 6:30, we’ll have a short talk about domains, and then circle up to do fast-paced introductions of domains we have had ideas for. Whether you hope to restart a project, find a good home for a domain, or just make us laugh, be ready to say a little bit about your own when it appears in the slides. We hope you’ll stay for the refreshments, too, and make a new connection or two.

To participate, please RSVP on Eventbrite and submit your list of up to 5 domain names. Feel free to send up to one image for each domain/group of domains to rsvp@domainnight.com if that would help explain it, and we’ll add that to your slide.

Parking Tips: There’s a great municipal lot (single level, well lit) on the left side of Beretania just after Nuuanu, and also usually plenty of street parking. Look for the Loading Zone signs (most are ok after 4pm) and spots on Bethel (mauka of Merchant) that switch from being tow-away at 5:30pm.

5:30-6:30pm Getting Started With Domains 6:30-8pm Domain Night Discussion (with slides like last time)

#ideation #branding #community #web #startups #team-gathering

RSVP on Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/domain-night-tickets-17041731277


When: Monday, June 8, 2015 @ 5:30pm - 8:00pm

Where: Real Office Centers - 2 N. Hotel Street (Enter from Nuuanu Avenue)


Nicole Hori

Nicole Hori works as a nuclear engineer at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard. She was in the first graduating class of Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering and also received her Master’s in Biomedical Engineering from UC Irvine. She also worked in startups and spent several years on the Nu'uanu-Punchbowl Neighborhood Board.


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Come join HICapacity one last time before finals! Students can engage with professionals on topics ranging from managing a work/life balance, tips on advancing your career, to the best spots to eat around where you work. It is a great opportunity for students to ask all the questions they’ve been meaning to ask people in the field. Professionals can network with other professionals and finally catch up with those they’ve been meaning to. They can also get to know the future professionals who will soon be out in the workforce.

If you haven’t heard about HICapacity, this is also the perfect time to find out about this dedicated group of individuals. We are a community of professionals from all walks of life, Hardware, Software, and the Arts, committed to sharing our knowledge with others and helping to evolve the technical industry in Hawaii. We host social events, technical presentations, and soft skill workshops that support building a vibrant technology sector in Hawaii while also trying to enrich other sectors with our skills in technology. We cater to all skill levels from the hobbyist to the most senior developer.

We’ll be serving drinks and food too. You’ll have a good time.

RSVP on Eventbrite: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/ieee-hicapacity-social-mixer-tickets-16725117276


When: Monday, May 4, 2015 @ 6:00pm - 9:00pm

Where: University of Hawaii at Manoa, Manoa Gardens Courtyard (1st Floor Hemenway Hall)

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Do you have a domain? More than one? If so, you’ll fit right in at DOTCOM, a new discussion and support group for domain hoarders collectors hosted by HICapacity at Box Jelly.

We’ll start with a short presentation about domains, and then circle up to do fast-paced introductions of domains we’ve had ideas for. Whether you hope to restart a project, find a good home for a domain, or just make us laugh, be ready to say a little bit about your own when it appears in the slides. We hope you’ll stay for the refreshments, too, and make a new connection or two.

Please RSVP here.

During registration, please submit up to 4 domains that you’d like to speak about. Additionally, feel free to send up to one image to rsvp@domainnight.com by April 12th for each domain/group of domains if that would help explain it.

#ideation #branding #community #web #startups


When: Monday, April 13, 2015 @ 6:00pm

Where: Box Jelly

Street parking is available.


Nicole Hori

Nicole Hori works as a nuclear engineer at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard. She was in the first graduating class of Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering and also received her Master’s in Biomedical Engineering from UC Irvine. She also worked in startups and spent several years on the Nu'uanu-Punchbowl Neighborhood Board.


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James Wang will be giving a talk on the Apple Watch!

The Apple Watch is an exciting new product that has the potential to make a huge impact on technology wearables. James will be going over the fundamentals and guidelines on iOS development with the Apple Watch. The product is not yet released, and this is a very early introduction for what’s to come! Check out this OUDL event on development with the Apple Watch. Although programming experience is not required, we’ll be showing some Objective-C and Swift code.


When: Thursday, April 2, 2015 @ 6:00pm

Where: Manoa Innovation Center (HICapacity), 2800 Woodlawn Drive, Suite #132, Honolulu, Hawaii 96822.

Street parking is available, as well as a limited amount of green vistor stalls are available. Please do not park in the reserved stalls.


James Wang

James Wang is the CEO and Principal Software Engineer of Slickage, a Honolulu based software engineering firm. He is also a co-founder of HICapacity, a hackerspace in Honolulu formed in 2011. When hacking he enjoys the intricacies of large scale systems all the way up to the response times of beautiful user interfaces. When James is not coding he engages in competitive fighting games and competes in tournaments across the US.


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Writing Asynchronous code in JavaScript can often times be confusing. JavaScript callbacks allow you to handle concurrency by offering to run a function at the end of another function with the return values of the previous function. But callbacks come with a few downsides. The code needs to be well thought out for it to be easy to read. Nested callback often lead to highly indented and hard to read code and pushes novice developers into spaghetti code. It’s the most controversial feature in JavaScript.

Promises to the rescue! Or is it? It’s a new feature in ES6, or the next version of JavaScript, and will be hitting evergreen browsers soon. Promises is a new tool that allows developers to replace callbacks with a thenable. What’s a thenable? Come to the talk and find out!

I’ll also cover how to use it now rather than wait till all the browsers adopt it.

How to keep the flow of control within one function while reaching out to many others.

How to convert code (and whole libraries) from callbacks to promises and back.

How to keep your code tidy with Promises.

Finally, advanced tips and tricks with Promises.

RSVP on Meetup: http://www.meetup.com/dynamic/events/220724906/


When: Tuesday, March 10, 2015 @ 7:00pm

Where: Manoa Innovation Center (HICapacity), 2800 Woodlawn Drive, Suite #132, Honolulu, Hawaii 96822.

Street parking is available, as well as a limited amount of green vistor stalls are available. Please do not park in the reserved stalls.


Edward Kim

Edward Kim is a developer for Slickage Studios. He graduated from the University of Manoa with a Bachelor of Science degree in Information and Computer Science. Since graduating, he has mainly focused on building web services and applications for both the client and server side. He’s also has experience building Machine Learning Frameworks and A.I. type applications, worked with GIS type applications for the military, and has also dabbled in buzz words like Big Data and Cloud.

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Think Japanese is hard? Confusing? Well, you’re wrong!

This talk will introduce a totally different way of looking at Japanese grammar and structure that is immediately understandable to functional programmers. It will also reveal some hidden gems and amazing features of Japanese. If you like functional programming, Japanese, or both, this is going to blow your mind.

Trevor Alexander finished his MS in Electrical Engineering this year, and holds a minor in Japanese from the University of Hawaii. He has worked as a freelance Japanese translator on and off for nine years, and can speak, read, and write on a business and technical level.

「日本語、むずいなぁ」って思ったことあるかい?そいつは間違いだ!

このトークは、日本語の文法や構成などに対する、関数型プログラマーなら一目瞭然な見方を説明します。その上、日本語においてのすごい機能や隠し技を明かします。とにかく、関数型言語、あるいは日本語が好きだったら、このトークであなたの世界はひっくり返ります!

トレバー・アレクサンダーは今年電子工学の修士号をハワイ大学から得て、日本語の副専攻も卒業しています。9年に渡り、ビジネスと技術内容をさばき、フリーの翻訳者として活動してきました。


When: Thursday, February 19, 2015 @ 6:00pm

Where: Manoa Innovation Center (HICapacity), 2800 Woodlawn Drive, Suite #132, Honolulu, Hawaii 96822.

Street parking is available, as well as a limited amount of green vistor stalls are available. Please do not park in the reserved stalls.

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Trevor Alexander, HICapacity member and UH student liaison, will be giving an informal technical talk about rBCI, a tool for quickly validating brain-computer interfaces. The first half of the talk will be concerned with the background, purpose, and implications of hackerspaces and BCI, while the second half of the talk will focus on the code, design, and implementation of rBCI.

Bring your brain, your computer, and let’s interface!

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When: Thursday, February 12, 2015 @ 6:00pm

Where: Manoa Innovation Center (HICapacity), 2800 Woodlawn Drive, Suite #132, Honolulu, Hawaii 96822.

Street parking is available, as well as a limited amount of green vistor stalls are available. Please do not park in the reserved stalls.

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OUDL is having a Swift discussion. Bring your laptops and follow along and be sure to participate in the discussion!

From the Meetup event:

Warning: May include functional programming and excessive Playgrounds.

A little bit of time has gone by since our last Swift meetup. It’s time to regroup and have a discussion on Swift.

The agenda is simple:

  • Discuss interesting Swift language features, guided by suggestions or led by my Playgrounds
  • Go over the GitHub project that I’ve put together to guide the PNM workshop in March (beta testing!)

Our focus will be on guided discussion and writing a lot of code together.

RSVP at: http://www.meetup.com/dynamic/events/220150799/


When: Monday, February 9, 2015 @ 6:00pm to 8:00pm

Where: Manoa Innovation Center, 2800 Woodlawn Drive, Honolulu, Hawaii 96822. MIC Board Room - 2nd Floor

Street parking is available, as well as a limited amount of green vistor stalls are available. Please do not park in the reserved stalls.

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James Wang will be giving a talk on Go this coming Thursday!

Go is an exciting programming language that is aimed to replace C in many ways. From groundbreaking benchmarks to Erlang-like concurrency focused language constructs make it one of the go to languages for code that demand performance.

From Go’s Documentation:

The Go programming language is an open source project to make programmers more productive.

Go is expressive, concise, clean, and efficient. Its concurrency mechanisms make it easy to write programs that get the most out of multicore and networked machines, while its novel type system enables flexible and modular program construction. Go compiles quickly to machine code yet has the convenience of garbage collection and the power of run-time reflection. It’s a fast, statically typed, compiled language that feels like a dynamically typed, interpreted language.

The agenda for this talk is as follows:

  • Environment Setup
  • Getting Started: Simple Programs and Algorithms
  • Concurrency & Design Patterns
  • Tools and Projects written in Go

Golang links:


When: Thursday, January 29, 2015 @ 7:00pm

Where: Manoa Innovation Center (HICapacity), 2800 Woodlawn Drive, Suite #132, Honolulu, Hawaii 96822.

Street parking is available, as well as a limited amount of green vistor stalls are available. Please do not park in the reserved stalls.


James Wang

James Wang is the CEO and Principal Software Engineer of Slickage, a Honolulu based software engineering firm. He is also a co-founder of HI Capacity, a hackerspace in Honolulu formed in 2011. When hacking he enjoys the intricacies of large scale systems all the way up to the response times of beautiful user interfaces. When James is not coding he engages in competitive fighting games and competes in tournaments across the US.


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Trevor Alexander, HICapacity member and Student Liaison, will give an informal technical talk about backpack, an ‘information introspection application’ developed at Startup Weekend with the help of a couple of UH student biz devs, a tenacious student from DevLeague (hi Eun Joo!), and some punks from Sudokrew (hi Manny! hi Matt!). Expect bad jokes, terrible commit messages, sappy reminiscence, shoutouts to the community, and maybe even a little lucid code review!


When: Tuesday, November 25, 2014 @ 7:00pm

Where: Manoa Innovation Center (HICapacity), 2800 Woodlawn Drive, Suite #132, Honolulu, Hawaii 96822.

Street parking is available, as well as a limited amount of green vistor stalls are available. Please do not park in the reserved stalls.

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This Wednesday, we’re giving UH engineering students a chance to see HICapacity at work!

HICAP Members: Sign up to show your work off or just brag and chat.

UH Students: Sign up so we know how many attendees to plan for.

Student transportation to the space will be provided by UH shuttle. HICapacity members will be available for short rides back to campus.

Light pupus will be provided for both members and students.

RSVP on EventBrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ieee-hicapacity-tour-tickets-14388551545


When: Wednesday, November 19, 2014 @ 6:20pm to 8:30pm

Where: Manoa Innovation Center (HICapacity), 2800 Woodlawn Drive, Suite #132, Honolulu, Hawaii 96822.

Street parking is available, as well as a limited amount of green vistor stalls are available. Please do not park in the reserved stalls.

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This is just a reminder that the November NodeSchool.io meetup is happening on November 4th! Everyone is invited to come. Whether you’re new to Node or a seasoned Node dev, feel free to come down and try out some of the workshops available.

Note that they will be continuing from where they finished last time. However, they will try to get anyone that is new up to speed with the problem sets.

RSVP on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/396640200484533


When: Tuesday, November 4, 2014 @ 7pm to 9pm

Where: Manoa Innovation Center - Presentation Room, 2800 Woodlawn Drive, Honolulu, Hawaii 96822.

Street parking is available, as well as a limited amount of green vistor stalls are available. Please do not park in the reserved stalls.

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DevLeague is having a virtual meetup that will focus on an introduction to web applications using NodeJS and Express. They will take you through building a simple demo web application and have a Q&A session afterwards. If your are interested in attending you must RSVP on Meetup. Please refer to the Meetup page for more information.

RSVP: http://www.meetup.com/Lucky-We-Code-Hawaii/events/214817812/


When: Thursday, November 6, 2014 @ 6pm to 8pm

Where: Online


Immediately following the intro to web applications session is the Meteor session. They will be introducing the Meteor platform as well as taking attendees through a sample app. There will also be a show and tell for those who are already building their applications with Meteor. For for information see the Meetup page.

RSVP: http://www.meetup.com/Lucky-We-Code-Hawaii/events/216730502/


When: Thursday, November 6, 2014 @ 8pm to 10pm

Where: Online

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This is just a reminder that the first NodeSchool.io meetup is happening on October 7th! Everyone is invited to come. Whether you’re new to Node or a seasoned Node dev, feel free to come down and try out some of the workshops available.

RSVP on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/392225064261397/


When: Tuesday, October 7, 2014 @ 7pm to 9pm

Where: Manoa Innovation Center - Presentation Room, 2800 Woodlawn Drive, Honolulu, Hawaii 96822.

Street parking is available, as well as a limited amount of green vistor stalls are available. Please do not park in the reserved stalls.

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