- Our lessons are now published! Please find important citation information in the blog post.
- You can now publish your computational studies that replicates previous findings in ReScience.
- The Art of Data Science by Roger D. Peng and Elizabeth Matsui has been published.
- Greg Wilson's recent CS Education Zoo interview about Software Carpentry is available via YouTube.
- Do you know of a tool that can convert Mailman mailing list threads into comments on a GitHub issue?
- Applications are open for the Software Sustainability Institute's Fellowship programme. Apply before 1 October 2015.
- Here's another list of good reads if you're interested in improving your teaching practices.
- Terri Yu wrote about a code retreat focusing on pair programming and testing. The retreat included some interesting activities that allowed participants to experience different sides of software development.
- What informs decisions regarding funding of various aspects of HPC (training, hardware, and software)?
- Google Summer of Code 2015 has finished with some great results.
- Round 16 of the instructors' debriefing sessions was held on August 18. Feedback from the evening session includes pointers about subject-specific datasets, ice-breakers, and accessibility.
- Four workshops were run over the last ten days. For full details on previous workshops please visit our website.
- Several workshops have been confirmed for the next few months. Upcoming workshops can be viewed on our website. Newly added workshops are indicated with "*".
- September: SAEON GSN Indibano, Clemson University*, University of Surrey, The University of Leeds - Advanced Research Computing, Universidade de São Paulo, University of Chicago, Michigan State University*, University of South Hampton*, University of Queensland
- October: James Cook University, University of Michigan*
- November: European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL)
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