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A community for articulating best practices for API development. We are also a learning community, and very open to new people joining us.
We are a group of Stanford professionals that joined together to form "Catalyzing a Culture of Communities of Practice" - C3oP.
Enthusiasts of cloud computing, Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) group who share k
Writing is often described as a solitary activity. However, its core purpose is to communicate, which inherently requires more than one person.
We would like to provide a forum for exchange and discussion around graphic design & art-direction at Stanford.
A collaboration space for anyone who touches data in any manner -- from architecture, to analysis, to consumer -- to share best practices, learn ab
Best practices around vendor relations, client experience issues, and innovative new tools.
We meet every two weeks to discuss issues of interest to the Stanford software developer community.
This community is being designed to support Stanford’s increasingly growing distributed and remote workforce.
We are a grassroots community of Drupal site owners, builders, maintainers, content editors, themers, and module developers who are dedicated to pr
The Learning by Design Community of Practice has been organized to bring together designers of instruction from across all schools
The Stanford Open Source Lab was founded in November 2007 by a group of people from across Stanford who feel that openness matters.
Qualtrics is a user-friendly and robust research suite that allows one to build, distribute, collaborate, and analyze online surveys from simple fe
Service Design is about bringing Design Thinking techniques to services (not products).
The SMG is a vibrant community of individuals from across the campus involved in video and audio media.
This is a group of HPC systems administrators who regularly meet to talk technical turkey regarding large computing clusters and storage.
TIPS was formed in 1987 so that Stanford school and departmental staff at any level could provide design and implementation input into computer sys
Our mission is to provide a forum for exchange and discussion around user experience at Stanford.
Videographers and technologists whose work includes production and post-production of video and other rich media.