Software Carpentry

Software Carpentry- Software Carpentry’s mission is to help scientists and engineers get more research done in less time and with less pain by teaching them basic lab skills for scientific computing. They are inexpensive workshops held over two days or you can self-learn using the lessons available free online. Heidi, Kim and Amanda assist to host them so come talk to us if you have any questions.

To register your interest for the any upcoming Software Carpentry, please click here.

Software Carpentry Workshops 2019

Class

Campus

Lessons

Dates

Website

R

GC

R

12-13th Feb

Link

Python

Nathan

Bash, Python, Git

15-17th April

Link

R

Nathan

R

11-12th June

Link

Python

GC

Bash, Python, Git

6-8th Aug

Link

R

GC

R

16-17th Oct

Link

Python

Nathan

Bash, Python, Git

20-22nd Nov

Link


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