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Software Carpentry at LLNL

Titus Brown has posted about the first run of his Advanced Software Carpentry course at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.  It was a bit bumpy, but seems to have gone well overall, and he has put a ton of useful material on the web.


Written by Greg Wilson

2007/06/26 at 06:15

Posted in LLNL, Version 3

Titus Brown Teaching Software Carpentry

Titus Brown will be teaching “Intermediate and Advanced Software Carpentry with Python” at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory this spring, and is open to teaching it elsewhere after that.  Meanwhile, Chris Lasher has put together some more debugging material for the course.  As mentioned previously, they’re planning to run a writing spree at SciPy’07; hope to see lots of people there.

Written by Greg Wilson

2007/04/02 at 13:01

Posted in Lectures, LLNL, Version 3