By Raniere Silva
On 16-19 September, I taught a Software Carpentry workshop at the University of Botswana.
The workshop was hosted by the Southern Africa Innovation Support (SAIS) Universities-Industry-Government (UIG) Co-creation Platform and had more than 30 learners
By Aleksandra Nenadic, Training Lead
The Software Sustainability Institute invites everyone to read the CarpentryConnect Manchester 2019 (CCMcr19) report, detailing the content of all the sessions and the value provided to the attendees and community.
Data Science for Doctors, developed by the Software Sustainability Institute’s Fellow Steve Harris, is a programme based on The Carpentries’ Data Carpentry aimed at teaching health care professionals basic concepts, skills and tools for working more effectively with data.
By Aleks Nenadic
The Institute is running two in-person Carpentries’ instructor training sessions this autumn.
By Aleks Nenadic
The Institute is running two in-person Carpentries’ instructor trainings this autumn.
By Catherine Smith, Software Sustainability Institute Fellow, University of Birmingham, and Iain Emsley, University of Sussex
On the final day of Carpentry Connect Manchester 2019, we co-led two workshop sessions to bring together some of the conversations already taking place about teaching technical skills relevant to Digital Humanities within the Carpentries framework.
By Jeremy Cohen, Research Software Engineering team lead.
This blog post was originally published at the RSE Imperial College blog.
On the 9th and 10th July 2019 the Research Software London community ran its first regional Software Carpentry workshop. The event was jointly organised by Imperial, UCL and Queen Mary with Queen Mary hosting the workshop at their Mile End Campus.