Here are some projects I've worked on:
A Facebook app that tests how well you know your friends' names
NameThat is a Facebook JS application that tests your knowledge of your Facebook friends' names by showing them their photos and asks you to name it. A quick weekend(s) project, it came out of the desire to both learn the Facebook API and lower the number of awkward moments :P
A website that connects students with others who are interested in building projects
This is my main project I'm working on right now. It's still very much a work in progress, but the basic premise of the web site is to provide students a place to post projects they are working on and get feedback and support from other students.
A PHP script that allows external websites to authenticate using Stanford WebAuth
A small script I created in PHP while building Enjuvity. It allows 3rd party applications to authenticate against Stanford WebAuth securely and acts somewhat similar to OAuth and the other 3rd party authentication systems out there.
The website for the Stanford real estate alumni organization
SPIRE (Stanford Professionals in Real Estate) is Stanford's real estate alumni organization. I created this site back in 2009 with Drupal and CiviCRM. It handles news updates, member management, event registrations, and other tasks.
A Wiki for my high school back in the day
I created a wiki for my high school back in 2008 with ASP.Net MVC. It was a minimalistic Wiki with a WYSYWIG editor and basic attachments functionality. However, it was meant to be simpler to use than many of the wikis at that time and a fun coding experience. (Unfortunately, there is currently no direct link to the hosted wiki)