- Several members of our community have published a new paper on Ten Simple Rules for Digital Storage.
- Library Carpentry is one year old and still gaining momentum.
- The Steering Committee election is taking place in January 2017, please consider standing.
- @UniOslo is an affiliate of the @Swcarpentry foundation
- The latest comnbined capentries newsletter is now online.
- A new book on machine learning with python has been released. You can find it at O’Reilly Media
- Data Carpentry’s Deputy Director of Assessment was oen of the speaker on the Community Call on Assessment.
- Cambridge University, along with a Software Sustainability Institute Fellow hosted an Instructor Training workshop in September and had attendees from as far as Hungary and USA.
- A good comaprison has been made between online and in-person instructor training workshops.
- Programming is more closely related to software development than you might think.
The Carpentries mean a lot more than just learning new skills.
- 28 workshops were run over the past 30 days. For more information about past workshops, please visit our website.
- November: Chicago FED, University of Otago and NeSI, Highfield House Hotel, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, University of Arizona, Curtin University, University of Manchester, NIH Bldg. 10 Library, Rutgers University, Camden, University of Melbourne, University of Kansas, NIWA, Scion Research and NeSI.
- January 229th AAS Meeting.
- February AMOS / MSNZ Conference.
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