The ITS Coffee Break for August 2013 is now available.
There are two new editions of the ITS Coffee Break out this month: ITS Coffee Break #74: Class of 2017, Raspberry Pi, Google Glass, WordPress 3.6 ITS Coffee Break #75: Summer Projects, Turning Off Gadgets, Qualtrics Workshops
I’ve posted some thoughts on IE9 and HTML5 to the ITS Blog.
Netflix has a blog post up discussing their distributed approach to using Amazon’s AWS service, and how they weathered its April 2011 outage. It’s a good read, especially for anyone whose interested in scaling up their apps for use with AWS.
… because the ITS Coffee Break is back in business! On this episode, Courtney Bentley and I talk about the redesigned Lafayette Web site, the Library/ITS iPad Pilot, updates to Moodle, and the upcoming Moodle Hack/Doc Fest at Furman University in January 2011.
The ITS Coffee Break is back with the first (and hopefully not last) episode of the Spring Semester. Courtney Bentley and I talk Project nextWeb, Lafayette’s WordPress migration, Twitter, Facebook’s big privacy changes and much more.
The Easton Garlic Festival returns Saturday, October 3rd, 2009 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. There will be food to buy, cooking demonstrations, live music, crafts and (of course) lots and lots of garlic. They close down Easton’s central square for this, and while the festival isn’t huge, it is a nice, family-friendly event. Definitely … Read more
It’s been quite around here, partly because we’ve been working so hard to get WordPress MU up to speed, and partly because I was on vacation for two weeks. We’ve made a lot of progress on the WordPress front: sites.lafayette.edu, the successor to the pilot MU installation, is now online (and hosting this blog). It’s … Read more
Looking around this blog, I can’t help but notice I haven’t been posting to it much, which runs counter to the purpose of the pilot. I’m going to redouble my efforts, and try to post something every day (or at least, every week day) for the rest of the pilot.