New to Campus
Are you new to Texas A&M or your role as a web developer, designer or communicator? There are several important websites, committees and email lists you should be aware of.
A number of university-level committees meet regularly on topics that may be of interest to new web communication professionals, including:
One of our goals is to build a culture of collaboration. We can all work towards this by sharing code and related resources that may benefit other web developers at A&M.
github.tamu.edu is an excellent resource for sharing code with others at A&M. Git is an open source, distributed version control system designed for speed and efficiency. Texas A&M hosts a local mirror as a no-charge service for university students and employees.
Starting a web project can be a daunting task. Where do you begin? What’s the best process to make sure everything gets done? We’ve developed a set of template processes to help guide the development of new sites and redesigns.