Week 2 Development

by Michael Plyler
May 27, 2011 4:07 PM

Here is a brief overview of the project development items that we worked on/completed this past week:

  • New content was added to a few areas of our website
  • Dr. Kenan Casey continued work on our iPhone App - it's almost ready for launch...and looks sweet!
  • Work continued on our Alumni website migration plan
  • The Bell Tower site implementation is nearly complete
  • Our fhu.edu/connect page is receiving a few updates: content and functionality
  • Development plans for our backchannel app continues - our version one inclusions have been finalized

Next week, Lance will be back on campus and will begin work once again on the backchannel application. Look for a few updates on this in the near future. 

I found out this past week that our new web programmer, Michael Clark, will be starting on June 13. We all look forward to this new addition to IT Web Services.

"Summer of Code"

by Michael Plyler
May 20, 2011 8:45 PM

This past week, we kicked off our summer development projects. We hit the ground running and were able to accomplish quite a bit this week.

Some of the highlights:

  • Web Services gained a new Web Programmer (full-time)
  • Core UX functionality work continued on our backchannel application
  • Several new content areas of our website were implemented
  • Refinement work continued on our iPhone App
  • Initial approval for our emergency notification migration was given and plans are underway
  • Our Blackboard learning management system received upgrades

We have an aggressive task list and timeline ahead of us. It's gonna be a great summer. Check back periodically for updates. Happy coding.

Welcome to our Development Blog

by Michael Plyler
May 12, 2011 11:48 AM

At FHU, we strive to be innovators. We are always looking for ways to integrate the latest technologies into collaborative and engaging learning experiences inside and outside of the classroom.

Our development team will use this blog to periodically post about projects that we are working on. This summer will be a busy one, with several new and exciting things being developed and deployed on our campus.

Our goal with this blog is to document and communicate our efforts in development and technology integration. 

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