- Dr. Kari L. Jordan has been appointed as Data Carpentry’s new Deputy Director of Assessment.
- Join the Policy Subcommittee and/or provide feedback on the Reporting Guide for handling potential Code of Conduct Violations.
- Data Carpentry has put together a terrific resource for workshop organisation.
- Read about our recent Bug BBQ that was held in the lead up to publishing our lessons.
- NCSA at the University of Illinois are looking for applicants for the position of Training Coordinator.
- NumFOCUS is looking for a full-time Projects Director.
- @CISTIB is now hiring research software engineers.
- Find the Carpentries on Facebook.
- High Energy Physics software training for the 21st century inspired by the principles of Software Carpentry.
- You can now also order Software Carpentry apparel and accessories from Cafe Press.
- Could we used the principles discussed in Michael Kölling and Fraser McKay’s Heuristic Evaluation for Novice Programming Systems to create an evaluation system for our lessons?
- How well do you understand open source licenses? A survey has been set up to investigate.
- Did you know that the skills you learn from Software Carpentry might be able to help you change careers.
- James Cook University’s first Library Carpentry workshop was recently run by two newly qualified instructors.
- The University of Toronto Libraries also recently hosted a Library Carpentry workshop.
Seymour Papert - one of the inspirations for Software Carpentry - recently passed away.
- 14 workshops were run over the past 30 days. For more information about past workshops, please visit our website.
August: Colorado State University, Michigan State University, Western Sydney University, University of Oklahoma, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Interacting Minds Centre & Cognition and Behavior Lab, Aarhus University, Johns Hopkins University, Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, University of Namibia, University of North Texas, Federal Reserve Board, University of Tasmania, University of Wisconsin, Madison.
2017: AMOS / MSNZ Conference.
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