Software Carpentry

Helping scientists make better software since 1997


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Our work has been made possible by the generosity of the following donors:

Indiana University logo

The Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing is nationally recognized for excellence and leadership in Informatics programs, including undergraduate and graduate education, research, placement and outreach.

Michigan State University logo

The Gene Expression in Disease and Development Focus Group at Michigan State University is interested in training graduate students and post-docs in the latest bioinformatics techniques, and advancing the state of the art in genomic analysis.


MITACS is a national research network which connects academia with industry, government and not-for-profits through short and longer-term research projects.

Queen Mary University of London

The Centre for Digital Music (C4DM) at Queen Mary University of London is a world-leading multidisciplinary research group in the field of Music & Audio Technology. This activity is funded by EPSRC Grant EP/H043101/1.


Scimatic Software is a Toronto based company that specializes in the development of software for the scientific community.

SciNet logo

SciNet is a High Performance Computing (HPC) consortium based at the University of Toronto which operates Canada’s largest supercomputer with 30,000 cores and supports researchers in a wide variety of disciplines from across the country.


SHARCNET is a leading provider of HPC infrastructure and services for the advancement of world-class research and the training of computationally-expert individuals.

UK Met Office logo

The Met Office is the national meteorological service for the United Kingdom, providing quality meteorological and related services for the Government, the public, the armed forces, aviation and commercial customers.

We would also like to thank The MathWorks, the University of Toronto, the Python Software Foundation, and Los Alamos National Laboratory, whose support has allowed us to help thousands of scientists use computers more productively.


Written by Greg Wilson

2010/03/22 at 17:34

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