February's WetWare Wednesday is sponsored by the UH Manoa Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) student chapter. This ACM chapter is different from others in that it invites students outside of the computing profession (such as biologists, artists, electric engineers, astronomers) to work together with computer science students to solve real world problems using computer technology (and have fun doing it). Come check out some of they're projects!
Get ready for the AT&T Hackathon. It's right around the corner! Start building your teams at WetWare Wednesday.
Check 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!
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.