- 79 new instructors have qualified since the last announcement made in March!
- Changing your prompt in the terminal when teaching the Shell lessons could provide more screen real estate. "export PS1='$ '" will change your current terminal only.
- The latest instructor debriefing is available and summarises feedback from five different workshops.
- Arna Karick provided comprehensive feedback from their python workshop run at Swinburne. They suggest running pre-course installation hours and offering the Shell lessons as optional pre-workshop homework sessions to allow more time for python and git.
- Are you interested in using Docker to wrap your research paper's data analysis pipeline? Titus Brown recently tried it and provides an insightful write-up about his experience.
- Four workshops were run this week: University of New Mexico, Western University, Boston Unviversity School of Medicine, and Stellenbosch University.
- Several workshops have been confirmed for the next few months. Upcoming workshops can be viewed on our website. Newly added workshops are indicated with "*".
- May: University of Oklahoma Libraries, University of Melbourne, Oklahoma State Universtiy, Federal Reserve Board*, Murdoch Childrens Research Institute*, Oklahoma State University*
- June: Universidade Federal do Parana*, Berkeley Institute for Data Science - BIDS*, University of Campinas*, University of Cambridge, Materials Physics Center - University of the Basque Country, NeSI - Otago Region Workshop*, Universidade Federal do Ceara*, California Institute of Technology, Utrecht University*, Johns Hopkins University*, University of Washington
- July: The University of Queensland, SciPy 2015, West Vancouver Memorial Library, The University of Queensland - AMOS sciences, SAP Offices in Feltham, University of Cape Town, Curtin University
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