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Joe Knox Posted by Joe Knox on Friday, May 22, 2015 - 8:35am

Our team treasures productivity power tools and applications. Of all the tools that we’ve adopted, the one that has consistently proven critical to our workflow is GitHub. In this post, I'll share a few use cases related to why we luv Github and highlight an upcoming level-up opportunity.

Cynthia Mijares Posted by Cynthia Mijares on Wednesday, May 20, 2015 - 8:55am

As a guest, StanfordWho.stanford.edu has the ability to search by name, email, work phone, or SUNet ID. As an authenticated user, you can check the Search in Stanford view option to see more information. Here's a tip to customize the URL link to a profile page on StanfordWho.stanford.edu.

Example link to a public listing

http://stanfordwho.stanford.edu/SWApp/lookup?search=Cynthia%20Mijares

This link points to my public profile page in StanfordWho.stanford.edu.

Sara Worrell-Berg Posted by Sara Worrell Berg on Wednesday, May 13, 2015 - 4:09pm

Hey, fans of Drupal and WordPress - the Stanford Web Services team continues to grow! We are looking to expand our team with a talented and experienced web developer to help us create amazing websites and products to help Stanford faculty, students, and staff advance the mission of one of the top research universities in the world.

Joe Knox Posted by Joe Knox on Wednesday, April 29, 2015 - 8:30am

When learning something new — no matter what it is — many of us move through the same levels of competence. In this post, we'll look at this progression of learning, and discuss how a focus on practice can lead to a more sustained level of self-awareness.

Megan Erin Miller Posted by Megan Erin Miller on Thursday, April 23, 2015 - 9:00am

As designers, in order to come up with innovative solutions, we must embrace a “yes, and” mindset. But to really get the job done, our most important weapon is the ability to say “no.” To be successful, we have to constantly find a balance between a mindset of “yes” and a mindset of “no.”

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