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Hawaii Tech Events in March 2023
How is it March already? Oh. February. That shorty always catches me off guard. Also, aren't the event headers below pretty? I made them just for you.
Looking to learn something new, or meet new people? I highlight interesting in-person and virtual events each month, and you can always find the latest updates (and submit your events) at HawaiiCalendar.com.
“Storytellers” by Civil Beat
Every generation has their own creative lingo, unique fashion trends and complaints about the other generations. What generation are you? Featured storytellers include Kealoha Kelekolio (Baby Boomer), Eduardo Hernandez (Generation X), Nick Yee (Millennial), Lauren Teruya (Generation Z) and Jeju Ahn-Miles (Generation Alpha). Wednesday, March 3 @ 5:30 p.m. at Ka Waiwai. Register now!
Esports with T1 CEO Joe Marsh
The Pacific Asian Center for Entrepreneurship (PACE) and University of Hawaii Esports would like to invite you to chat with Joe Marsh, CEO of T1 Entertainment & Sports, a global esports joint venture created by Comcast Spectacor and SK Telecom in October 2019. Monday, March 6 @ 4:30 p.m. at Shidler College of Business - sPACE. Register now!
Rock Your Marketing with Aga
Make the most of International Womens Day with Aga, owner and creative director of Agaland Brand. This in-person workshop features a hands-on exercise to help you take immediate action. If you’re in a competitive industry and crave the attention you deserve, this workshop is for you. Wed., March 8 @ 12 noon at HUB Coworking Hawaii. Register now!
Remote Work Early Pau Hana
Why does this monthly “pau hana” start in the middle of the afternoon? It’s designed to draw remote workers in Honolulu who happen to work on West Coast time and get to spend more of their afternoons networking… and drinking. Read more about ThriveHI and co-founder Trung Lam here. Wed., March 8 @ 3:30 p.m. at Honolulu BeerWorks. Register now!
Fun Financial Forecasting
No, really! No matter how slick your pitch deck, you know investors will just want to skip to the numbers. Create a budget or financial forecast the fast, easy and visual way using SumoSum software—created by my friend and colleague Steve Sue. Joining Steve will be Tiffany Siegfried, Assistant Vice President at First Hawaiian Bank. Wed., March 8 @ 4:30 at Shidler College of Business - sPACE. Register now!
Pacific Rim Geospatial Conference
Come on, get mappy! This mapping and surveying conference is held jointly by the Hawaii Geographic Information Coordinating Council (HIGICC), Hawaii Land Surveyor Association and Alaska Society of Professional Land Surveyors. Networking, poster exhibits, and an expo featuring the latest hardware, software and services. $300. Thurs. and Fri., March 16 & 17 at the Ala Moana Hotel. Register now!
Cybersecurity & Ice Cream
Have you ever wanted to learn ways to defeat physical security? Well, (ISC)² Hawaii Chapter lawyers said they can’t use that to pitch this meeting, so… just come and learn about Accountability, Passionate Curiosity, Adaptability, Integrity, and Collaboration, or APAIC, or Apple Pie and Ice Cream. Presented by Integrated Security Technologies. Thurs., March 16 @ 6:00 p.m. at One Ala Moana. Register now!
Dev Island Graduation
Technical Debt: Find It and Fix It
Technical debt in software is incurred when developers take shortcuts in the early phases of a project, only to be confronted with the consequences of those shortcuts later. Over time, these problems can become insurmountable. Two case studies will be presented on how design debt was detected and remediated. Thurs., March 23 @ 5:30 p.m. at the Entrepreneurs Sandbox. Register now!
Also Coming Up:
March 31: UH Mānoa Tech & Intelligence Career Fair
March 31: Kawaii Kon
April 5: C5 Forum Hawaii
May 18: East Meets West 2023
Do you know about a great upcoming event? Are you organizing one? Let me know!