Software Carpentry workshop in Melbourne

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UPDATE 2018-04-11: The workshop is now booked out. Thank you to everyone who registered and expressed interest, we hope to hold more workshops in the future. If you missed out you can join the waiting list here https://goo.gl/forms/8vDKdvj4E4lcBMHH3.  In the meantime if you are based around the University of Melbourne you might want to have a look at the workshops regularly offered by Research Platforms (http://melbourne.resbaz.edu.au/participate).

We are offering a two-day workshop — Software Carpentry workshop in Melbourne, on the 26th of April and the 3rd of May.

This workshop will be taught by some of COMBINE’s internationally certified Software Carpentry instructors and cover an introduction to the UNIX shell, version control using Git and Github, and reproducible analysis in R. For more on the course materials see https://combine-australia.github.io/2018-4-26-SWC-Melbourne/.

The workshop will be held at Walter and Eliza Hall Institute (WEHI), lunch and morning/afternoon tea will be provided on both days. Please bring along your laptop, charged if possible, as there are limited power boards! And if you have any accessibility issues please email whitfieldh@student.unimelb.edu.au

If you are interested register at https://www.abacbs.org/melbourne-swc-workshop-2018#!
DETAILS
Dates: 26th April and 3rd May
Registrations close: 16th April 5pm
Venue: Seminar Room 2, WEHI (1G Royal Parade, Parkville VIC 3051, Australia)
Costs: $36 for ABACBS members and $48 for non-ABACBS members (student membership is $20)
Contact email: combine@combine.org.au

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