Software Carpentry – R Workshop, July 22 & 23, 2015

RC is proud to host this workshop for researchers at all levels. Software Carpentry (SWC) is an organization dedicated to teaching scientists modern software engineering skills that they'll use in their day-to-day work. SWC develops the curriculum for these workshops and provides trained, experienced teachers. It is a great opportunity to learn how to code well in a proven system developed precisely for the research community.

Information on the workshop itself and the materials covered can be found on our GitHub Software Carpentry Workshop page. There are a limited number of slots available. Don't be discouraged, as we will run this workshop several times throughout the year.

When: 1.5 days, Wednesday & Thursday, July 22nd & 23rd

What: Task automation with the Unix shell; Essential programming with R; Version control with Git; and integrating your new skills

Who: Slots for 40 RC users.

Cost: $25 registration fee to cover coffee break snacks and refreshments.

Where: Jefferson Hall 356, Harvard Main Campus

Sign-up: Will be first-come, first-served; preference will be given to eligible RC account holders and Odyssey cluster users. We will be running this workshop several times throughout the year.

Register: Starting June 22nd, on our EventBrite page