|Highlights:||We're looking for mentors and projects for Google Summer of Code: please get in touch if you have questions or suggestions.|
|Research Bazaar was again a highlight on Twitter this week, and Damien Irving summarised plans for Software Carpentry in Australia and New Zealand.|
|Conversations:||An interesting conversation about "Library Carpentry" started by James Baker took place on Twitter.|
|New resources:||A new Browsercast tutorial "Creating a workshop website" was published. Please let us know if you have any comments.|
|An early release of "Effective Computation in Physics" has been made available. The book is relevant to scientists of all kinds||Opportunities:||SciPy call for participation is open. Please submit your proposal for tutorials, talks, or posters.|
|Call for Data Science Fellow applications through the Berkley Institute for Data Science is now open.|
- Thomas Guignard and Jeramia Ory wrote about their experiences during a recent workshop at the University at Albany, SUNY. They specifically mention challenges experienced when trying to find answers in real time but otherwise had a great experience.
- Noam Ross compiled valuable advice on "Managing GitHub notifications" for people struggling to manage the flood of email from GitHub.
- Seven workshops were added: UCI Data Science Initiative, iPlant Collaborative (University of Arizona), Jagiellonian University, University of Melbourne (three workshops), and the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).
- Next week workshops will be run by NeSI in Canterbury and Auckland, the Korea Radio Promotion Association, and the Science Library at the University of Oslo