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April 8, 2012View for printing

Stanford junior Aditya "Adi" Singh had a problem. Struggling to form effective teams to work on projects, and weary of being approached by fellow students mainly searching for a technical "code monkey," Singh wanted something different.

"There was no platform where students could gather teams effectively," Singh said. "At social gatherings, people are under such social pressures to put the best foot forward, it can cause people to be misleading, sometimes even verging on lies."

So Singh and fellow classmate Pukar Hamal began developing, a platform for connecting members of the Stanford community who have specialized skills.

By Matt Harvey

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