The Co-Lab maintains a rich set of technical resources for developing your application, website, or visualization. Want access to certain data for remixing? Or perhaps you need a virtual machine for hosting your website? Or maybe you'd like to use Duke's netid authentication service? Check out our developer resource page for all of these resources and more, plus extensive documentation and sample code to get you started right away.
Sometimes the best way to solve a problem is to just sit down in front of a whiteboard or computer and put our heads together to figure it out. Whether you've hit a wall with your code or you just want to game out the features of your new project, we're happy to help. For technical questions, the best thing to do is visit our office hours, listed below. If you have general questions about scope, feasibility, project management, the Innovation Grant program, or anything else, contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll set up a time to talk.
Need some help on a project and you can't come to our Office Hours? Find us on Slack for some quick help on your questions! Just head to dukecolab.slack.com, create an account and post your questions there and we’ll be able to help you along the way. Slack can also be used for project management within your team if you’re scattered across the globe or just across campus. Just create a private channel and invite your team.
|Yunfan Zhang, Co-Lab Technical Consultant||
||Co-Lab Commons at the TEC||Internet of Things (IoT) Development, Hardware Systems Integration, Arduino, Photon, Teensy (ARM Cortex M Series), PCB Design|
|Sally Hall, Co-Lab Developer and Educator||By appointment only,
|Michael Faber, Co-Lab Program Manager||By appointment only,
|Project management and scoping, prototyping, design thinking, user experience|