Apr 26, 2017 | 6 pm – 8 pm



#WetWareWed by Kamehameha Schools: Updates from Activiter, Blue Startups Graduate

April's WetWare Wednesday is brought to you by Kamehameha Schools. Come see their new space, Halau Inana in Moiliili. In partnership with Education Incubator (EI), Kamehameha Schools is launching a Moonshot Laboratory HI (MSL HI)! The MSL HI is a hyper-collaborative community center that combines cutting-edge tools, an international network of experts, and community-defined needs to help students design, develop and build audacious solutions to the greatest challenges of their day. Through a scaffolded approach to designing, developing, and building Moonshot solutions to local and global challenges, our students learn to be problem-solvers, inquirers, entrepreneurs, and Moonshot thinkers.


Activiter, founded in 2016, is a distribution platform designed for the unique demands of the alternative accommodation space (vacation rentals and short term rentals) creating a real-time marketplace of tours and activities to drive referrals and revenues. All three founders are Kamehameha Schools graduates and were part of Blue Startups Cohort 7. Learn about their startup experiences and platform at #WetWareWed!

Halau Inana

2438 S. Beretania Street

Honolulu, HI 96826

Street Parking, Parking at JCCH for $3 (with validation at main office), Varsity Building lot (Coyne/University Ave.) for $4.

hoi-maiCheck out Ho'i Mai, a new blog about expats who have made the journey back home to a successful career in Hawaii's technology industry. If you have a story to share about coming home to Hawaii, please send us an email!


WWW Ribbon 2

FREE Networking Event


FREE Appetizers & No Host Drinks


OPPORTUNITY to Share Ideas





About Us

WetWare is dedicated to Software Developers in Hawaii who are interested in meeting monthly in a casual and friendly environment to share ideas, collaborate and spark new opportunities in Hawaii. Founded by HTDC and Blue Planet Software, the goal of WetWare is to bring software developers, students and educators across Hawaii together to connect, network, discuss projects, review products, and collaborate in an effort to further the software development community here in Hawaii. Venues and sponsors change monthly.