Teaching basic lab skills
for research computing

Translating Software Carpentry into Korean

This is pretty amazing: a group has translated the core Software Carpentry lessons into Korean:

  1. Introduction: http://statkclee.github.io/xwmooc-sc/intro.html
  2. The Unix Shell: http://statkclee.github.io/xwmooc-sc/novice/shell/
  3. Version Control with Git: http://statkclee.github.io/xwmooc-sc/novice/git/
  4. Programming with Python: http://statkclee.github.io/xwmooc-sc/novice/python/
  5. Programming with R: http://statkclee.github.io/xwmooc-sc/novice/r/
  6. Using Databases and SQL: http://statkclee.github.io/xwmooc-sc/novice/sql/
  7. Extras: http://statkclee.github.io/xwmooc-sc/novice/extras/

It's a remarkable and encouraging achievement—congratulations and thanks to the team that did the work:

  • Victor KC Lee (이광춘): Translation Lead
  • Jungsu Han (한정수): Translator
  • Chungyeong Moon (문춘경): Illustrator
  • Ri Jeong Kim (김이정): Graphic Designer
  • Hwan Beom Kang (강환범): Support

We still need to figure out how to manage this: Gabriel Devenyi's post outlined our options, but someone will need to take the lead to set something up so that versions in various languages can stay in sync.

Korean Translators