Thank you to all who attended and aided the amazing success of the inaugural UW Code Camp. I hope everyone was as excited to attend as we were to host. I also hope everyone found Code Camp to be a great venue for learning and future collaboration. There were 150 more people than we initially estimated (a total of 200 attendees!), and the response afterwards was fantastic.
This is the time of year for cherry blossom photos. They’re beautiful and everyone loves them. But what about the lesser-appreciated campus landmarks? Don’t they deserve attention, too?
Get ready for the first ever UW Code Camp tomorrow, March 27! This will be a fast-paced day packed full of knowledge and collaboration with members of the University information technology community. Read this full post to see our tips on how to get the most out of your day at Code Camp and to view the agenda.
Don’t you just love Web Council? We sure do. So much so, we’re recording and sharing the meetings for your viewing pleasure.
Quality of light is extremely important in setting the mood, or tone, of an image.
Stuck on our image galleries? Don’t know what the heck “pagelet” means or how to use a “blogroll shortcode”? It’s okay, sometimes even we get confused. The Web Team has created unique widgets and customized our WordPress sites above and beyond, so we’re hosting this class to demystify some of our inventions.
Ever wonder how to get that nifty home icon on your top navigation bar? It’s actually just a simple class added to a menu item. If you’re using the UW WordPress theme and already know how to customize your top menu, then you’re ready for our step-by-step tutorial.
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Don’t miss the March 21st Web Council. We’ll hear about how to use Tegrity to create web content, about how News & Information sharply increased their traffic, and how records retention might affect you and your web content.
“Light makes photography. Embrace light. Admire it. Love it. But above all, know light. Know it for all you are worth, and you will know the key to photography.” – George Eastman