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22nd HiRSE Seminar

New date

On November 29, 2023, 11am, Toby Hodges, Director of Curriculum at The Carpentries will continue the HiRSE Seminar with his talk on Enabling Open and Reproducible Science Through Community-Driven Training.

Abstract: The Carpentries is a global community teaching essential software and data skills for research. Our community of certified Instructors teaches hundreds of workshops to thousands of learners all over the world every year, introducing them to foundational skills in Research Software Engineering such as programming and version control. In recent years, the community has also begun to develop and deliver lessons that build on these foundations, teaching more intermediate and advanced RSEng skills such as HPC, parallel programming, and containerised computing. In this seminar I will talk about how The Carpentries can benefit RSEs and their local communities, and some of the ways in which you can get involved in the community.

The talk will be held online. The connection details will be posted here:

If you would like to attend, but think you may not get the connection details through these channels, please write to hirse@fz-juelich.de. Slides will be published at the HiRSE Zenodo Community.

Location: virtual