NTNU: Code Refinery Workshop

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    NTNU: Code Refinery workshop

    About the course

    The aim of the CodeRefinery workshop in Trondheim is to teach researchers in sustainable development.

    The main focus will be on professional tools for efficiently writing and maintaining research software. Since most research code is developed in a collaborative setting, we will discuss tools and workflows which facilitate this process. Most of the content is also relevant to a single researcher.

    Time and Place

    The event is organized at Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim but is open to everyone. The location is in the Technology Library in the Main building, Gløshaugen

    The course is free of charge.

    Target groups

    Are you doing any of these things below:

    • You write scripts to process data.
    • You change scripts written by your colleagues.
    • You write code that is used in research by you or others.

    If yes, then this course is for you. Most participants are not "professional code developers" or computer scientists.

    Programme and Registration

    Please visit the workshop's homepage for more detailed information about the programme, registration and other prerequisites. 

     

     

NTNU: Code Refinery workshop

About the course

The aim of the CodeRefinery workshop in Trondheim is to teach researchers in sustainable development.

The main focus will be on professional tools for efficiently writing and maintaining research software. Since most research code is developed in a collaborative setting, we will discuss tools and workflows which facilitate this process. Most of the content is also relevant to a single researcher.

Time and Place

The event is organized at Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim but is open to everyone. The location is in the Technology Library in the Main building, Gløshaugen

The course is free of charge.

Target groups

Are you doing any of these things below:

  • You write scripts to process data.
  • You change scripts written by your colleagues.
  • You write code that is used in research by you or others.

If yes, then this course is for you. Most participants are not "professional code developers" or computer scientists.

Programme and Registration

Please visit the workshop's homepage for more detailed information about the programme, registration and other prerequisites.