Software Development


Community Source Code Repository Now Available

SunGard Higher Education is thrilled to announce the launch of the Shared Code Repository to help institutions more easily share their technology innovations.  To learn more about the Shared Code Repository, or to gain access, click here!

What’s Changing with Banner Project Horizon?

Aligning with our Open Digital Campus vision, we will deliver Banner 9 as the release structure to deliver the Banner Project Horizon user experience and value-add enhancements and components. 
Get involved with the Project Horizon community with:
- Code Camp
- Innovation Webinars
- The Commons
- Be an early adopter


Summit Presentation Submission Deadline Extended to Wed 10/13

The Summit call-for-presentations system experienced performance issues Friday due to the significant volume of sessions that were being submitted. We apologize for the inconvenience and have extended the deadline to Wednesday, October 13.


Visit SunGard Higher Education at EDUCAUSE 2010!

SunGard Higher Education has lots of exciting activities going on at EDUCAUSE 2010. Here are some opportunities where you can connect with SunGard Higher Education representatives during the event:
We hope to see you there!

The SGHE Community Source Initiatve: A First Step into the Learning Cloud?

Writing here in the SunGard Higher Education Commons about how "Software ecosystems shorten the distance to value," my colleague Darren Wesemann makes a compelling case for SGHE's "Community Source Initiative," a collaborative effort led by Bill Thirsk (Marist College), Jack Kramer (SGHE) and others. In his comments, Darren invokes the "wisdom of the crowd" principle that is the cornerstone of what I believe can become the "learning cloud," prov...