Software Carpentry workshop
A Software Carpentry workshop is a hands-on, four half-days (online due to COVID measures) that covers the core basic skills needed to work reproducibly with code. The workshop covers task automation with Unix shell, version control with Git, basic concepts of data management and an introduction to Python programming. This is an introductory course aimed at researchers who have little to no prior programming experience.
Software Carpentry workshops are included in the Graduate School Education Programme of TU Delft. TU Delft PhD candidates can receive 2 GS credits for participating in a Software Carpentry workshop.
Workshops academic year 2021 - 2022
Monday 18 October – Thursday 21 October 12:30 - 17:00 hrs each day
Monday 15 November – Thursday 18 November 12:30 - 17:00 hrs each day
Monday 28 Feb – Thursday 3 March 12:30 - 17:00 hrs each day
Monday 11 April – Thursday 14 April 12:30 - 17:00 hrs each day
The registration to the workshops is via Coachview the course registration application of the Graduate School Doctoral Education (GS DE) programme.
Those PhD candidates with skills in software programming and development can participate as assistants (helpers) in the Software Carpentry workshops organized at TU Delft. Assistants can get 2 GS points as part of the learning-on-the-job activities (Teaching & Supervision). PhD candidates that would like to be assistants need to get the agreement of their supervisor and contact Paula Martinez Lavanchy - Research Data Officer from TU delft Library - email@example.com
You can also find Software workshops provided at TU/e and University of Twente through the 4TU.ReserachData website.
Are you a TU Delft researcher (non-PhD candidate) and you would like to join one of the software carpentry workshops as a participant?
You can subscribe for the waiting list of the Carpentry workshops here. Being on the waiting list means that you will receive registration information as soon as there is a place available in one of the workshops for PhD candidates or in a dedicated workshop for non-PhD candidates . Unfortunately, being on the waiting list does not guarantee you a spot.