- Get to know the people behind Software Carpentry. First up: Matt Davis.
- A lively conversation about scientific software has been taking place on Titus Brown's blog, culminating (for now) in this post on popping the open source/open science bubble.
- We'd like to encourage our instructors and lesson contributors to read about the paradox of learning objects as discussed by David Wiley.
- Watch the video of the recent Ally Skills workshop offered by the Ada Initiative at PyCon 2015.
- Do you know how to help initiatives such as the Python Software Foundation (and Software Carpentry Foundation)? Appreciation, empathy, mentorship, and persistance...
- Are you ready to learn from participants the next time you teach a Software Carpentry workshop? How can instructors' learnings be used to produce game-changing insights for Software Carpentry?
- Andrew Lonsdale wrote a beautiful post about feedback from a recent workshop held by COMBINE. He also shows how instructors can make use of feedback from participants to create fun little capstone projects.
- A workshop was run at the University of Nebraska, Omaha.
- Several workshops have been confirmed for the next few months. Upcoming workshops can be viewed on our website. Newly added workshops are indicated with "*".
- April: Washington State University, Content Korea Lab Gyeonggi, Simon Fraser University
- May: University of Melbourne, Swinburne University of Technology*, University of South Florida - College of Marine Science, University of New Mexico, Western University, Stellenbosch University*, University of Melbourne
- June: University of Cambridge*, Materials Physics Center - University of the Basque Country*,
- July: The University of Queensland, SciPy 2015*, The University of Queensland - AMOS sciences
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