Monthly Archives: November 2007

Simply Ono menu Nov 26-30

Simply Ono is a catering/lunchwagon business that has set up an outpost in the Biomedical building on the UH campus. They are located in a room that opens onto the makai-diamondhead courtyard. The prices are reasonable, the portions are large, and they have an array of gourmet plate lunch dishes that rotate weekly.

Here is the menu for Nov 26-30 2007:

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
November 26 27 28 29 30
Catch TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA
Daily Special Okinawan Shoyu Pork Jumbo Pork Chop w/Gravy & Onions Hamburger Steak w/Gravy & Onions Baked Ham w/Candied Yams Hawaiian Plate
    Vegetarian Stroganoff Roasted Pork w/Gravy New York Steak Kalua Pig & Cabbage
    Chili with Franks Spaghetti w/Meat Sauce   Laulau Plate
          Kalua Pig Plate
Sandwich Chicken Salad Sandwich Chicken Quesadilla BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich Reuben Sandwich Kalua Pig Sandwich
Chicken Fried Chicken Herb Roasted Chicken Teri-Miso Chicken Garlic Chicken Shoyu Chicken
Salad TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA
Soup Kickin’ (Spicy) Crab & Sweet Corn Chowder
Dessert TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA
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Honolulu Coders

If you are a programmer in Honolulu, you should check out the Honolulu Coders group. The meetings happen roughly monthly on a Wednesday at the University of Hawaii at Manoa POST building and cover a wide range of topics, including Java, Ruby (on Rails), and new trends in software development. There is a web page with some information on past meetings (requires registration with disCourse), and there is an iCal feed for future meetings.

Tonight’s meeting will have a presentation on Meme Tools and Sam Joseph (the primary instigator) will be talking about his new iPhone and “how it sucks” [for using web apps that require drag and drop 🙂 ]

Oh yeah, and there is free pizza sponsored by Ikayzo. What more could you ask for?

Hopefully this blog entry will increase the chance that someone searching for “honolulu coders” will actually find useful information (right now the top hits are some references from another Hawaii mailing list, which is weak).