Brian Joseph, the College of Letters & Science Facility Manager, talks about how he’s built a career at Berkeley.
Devin Jones has been developing software for Berkeley Law since 2005, initially working as a sole developer, and now leading a team of students and staff developers. In 2009 he founded the campus AppNet community of practice to bring application developers together. We met at… Read more…
A video-recommendation from Tom Holub about the need to stay focused and concrete.
Tom Holub interviews Inette Dishler about how she got the idea for and developed the Wisdom Café.
How did you wind up coming to Berkeley to work in the Chancellor’s Office? When I was looking for a job at the university, one was open in the Chancellor’s Office; I thought that would be a great place to gain an overview of the… Read more…
Brian Waechter worked at UC Davis’ school of Veterinary Medicine for many years before coming to Berkeley as the College of Letters & Science’s (L&S) Director of Information Technology in 2014. We spoke with him at the Free Speech Movement Café about his experience moving from one UC… Read more…
I met with Bill Allison (IST’s Director of Architecture Platforms and Integration) at Yali’s Café to talk about this month’s Spotlight topic.
Q: What does strategy mean to you in your role as a director in information technology at Berkeley?
Bill Allison speaks about helping your team be creative, putting the user experience first, and assessing his own performance.
Lyle Nevels, campus’ deputy CIO for IST, talks about making choices, transitioning from Haas to IST, prioritizing projects, and the changing role of IT in the university.
Michael Thompson talks about the many different roles he’s had on campus, how his personal network has been critical to his career, and what it’s like to work on Fourth Street.