CodeRefinery workshop March 12-14 and 19-21, 2024

News

  • This time we plan to start Git and GitHub from the web interface and only later move to the command line.
  • We offer the two workshop weeks as two blocks but you can sign up for both or just one.
  • Week 1 is tuned for exercises and group work. Week 2 will focus on demonstrations and discussions.
  • We are updating and simplifying the install instructions. We recommend to only go through them in the week before the workshop starts, but not earlier.

Registration

Register here Video: How to join

There is no deadline and you are welcome to register and join even after the event started. You can attend just those days or sessions you want but please register anyway.

Should all in a team sign up? Or only one person? We recommend that all register so that they get all necessary information.

If you want to join as organization to provide local helpers or in-person sessions, please do! This usually takes the form of a "watching party" with coordinated breaks for exercises.

Some organizations offer their own registration form. In this case please register with them and then you do not have to register here centrally as well. We will then make sure that everybody gets all necessary information.

Schedule

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Breaks: 10 minutes every hour, between xx:50 and xx:10, but it is difficult for us to indicate exactly when.

 
Installation help and on-boarding
, - On-boarding for team leaders leading groups over video
, - On-boarding for team leaders leading in-person teams
, - Installation help for everybody
 
Installation help and on-boarding (you don't need to attend both days, choose the day that is better for you)
, - On-boarding for team leaders leading groups over video
, - On-boarding for team leaders leading in-person teams
, - Installation help for everybody
 
Day 1
, - Welcome and introduction
Presenters: TBA
, - Introduction to version control with Git - part 1/4
Why we want to track versions and how to go back in time to a working version
Presenters: Radovan and TBA
, - Introduction to version control with Git - part 2/4
Presenters: Radovan and TBA
 
Day 2
, - Introduction to version control with Git - part 3/4
Presenters: Radovan and TBA
, - Introduction to version control with Git - part 4/4
Presenters: Radovan and TBA
 
Day 3
, - Collaborative distributed version control - part 1/2
Presenters: Dhanya and Radovan
, - Collaborative distributed version control - part 2/2
Presenters: Dhanya and Radovan
 
Day 4
, - Reproducible research
Preparing code to be usable by you and others in the future
Presenters: Samantha and Enrico
, - Social coding and open software
What can you do to get credit for your code and to allow reuse
Presenters: TBA
 
Day 5
, - How to document your research software
Presenters: TBA
, - Jupyter notebooks
A tool to write and share executable notebooks and data visualization
Presenters: Matias and TBA
 
Day 6
, - Automated testing
Preventing yourself and others from breaking your functioning code
Presenters: Richard and TBA
, - Modular code development
Making reusing parts of your code easier
Presenters: TBA
, - Concluding remarks, general Q&A, and where to go from here
Presenters: TBA
 
Optional: Bring your own code session
, - Bring your own code and discuss and ask; you can also join this session if you have not attended the workshop
 
Optional: Bring your own code session
, - Bring your own code and discuss and ask; you can also join this session if you have not attended the workshop

Be a team leader

Do you know some of the topics, but want to review them? Do you wish your colleagues or friends would use these tools? Why not attend as a team leader? Gather some friends who want to learn the topics and follow the workshop together. You don't need to be an expert: if you have been through CodeRefinery once or have some familiarity with the topics, and you are confident to call an expert helper when needed, then you have all it takes to lead a team to success, or lead even more people and join as an organization (see below).

Partners and local exercise groups

Some partners offer local support, such as breakout rooms, to their local teams. You can become a partner to support your community!

We collect here the exercise groups that we know:

Instructors

  • Enrico Glerean
  • Radovan Bast
  • Samantha Wittke
  • Dhanya Pushpadas
  • Richard Darst
  • Matias Jääskeläinen

Workshop organizers

  • Radovan Bast

On-boarding

  • Samantha Wittke
  • Radovan Bast

Recording and broadcasting

  • Richard Darst

Outreach

  • ...

Expert helpers

  • ...

Collaborative notes editors

  • Johan Hellsvik (week 1)

Funding

CodeRefinery is a project within the Nordic e-Infrastructure Collaboration (NeIC). NeIC is an organisational unit under NordForsk.

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