This year’s UCCSC at UC Irvine was a lot of fun: it’s always nice (and reassuring) to hear about the experiences and challenges of those building student systems at the other UCs.

At this conference, I gave two talks:

My first talk was a case study of a central aid estimator service, which led into a discussion about open-source development within the UC system. You can listen to the talk and also check out the notes and slides on GitHub.

My second talk, with Eric Bollens from UCLA, was an introduction to WebBlocks, a responsive toolkit. The recording of that talk is also available, along with the slides on GitHub.