|Conversations:||How do you fund your SWC workshops? Please join the conversation.|
|Should we remove old material when adding new in order to keep the lessons manageable? Should people have to teach the standard material a couple of times before introducing their own? Please contribute your ideas.|
|Resources:||Remember to sign up for Software Carpentry's mailing lists. They are rich resources for scientific computing.|
|Great R cheat sheets available at RStudio include sheets for dplyr, tidyr, Shiny, and R Markdown.|
|A preview release of RStudio v0.99.315 is now available for testing and feedback. New features include for example the removal of the 1K row limit in Data Viewer.|
|IPython 3.0 has been released - congratulations to the whole team.|
|So you think you can data? The rOpenSci Hackathon is going to host a friendly data challenge between Hadley Wickham and Wes McKinney - please follow this GitHub issue for news.|
|Quotable:||"This is @swcarpentry: try to teach enough in two days that things people find on the internet make a little more sense." @jiffyclub|
- Do you have ideas about using package management for lessons (or ultimately papers)? Please see Greg's Installable Lesson Demo and share your insights.
- The fourth post-workshop instructor debriefing is now available. Workshops held at Jagiellonian University, Beacon Center at Michigan State University, and University of California at Irvine were discussed.
- Eleven new instructors joined us this week.