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---
title: "deRSE19 - Conference for Research Software Engineers in Germany"
layout: event
organizers:
- hammitzsch
- <a href="https://de-rse.org/en/conf2019/contact.html">deRSE community</a>
type: conference
start:
date: "2019-06-04"
end:
date: "2019-06-06"
location:
campus: "GFZ, Telegrafenberg"
room: "Haus H, A56"
excerpt:
" Conference for Research Software Engineers in Germany. "
---
Following the success of the first three international Conference of Research Software Engineers in the UK, the first international conference in Germany addressing research software and the people behind it within the German research landscape will be held at the Albert Einstein Science Park in Potsdam on 4-6 June 2019.
More information on the event can be found on the
[event page](https://de-rse.org/en/conf2019/).
---
title: Software Carpentry Workshop
layout: event
organizers:
- belayneh
- dolling
lecturers:
- belayneh
- dolling
type: workshop
start:
date: "2019-11-26"
time: "09:00"
end:
date: "2019-11-27"
time: "18:00"
location:
campus: "Online Event"
fully_booked_out: true
registration_link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScF37yq-HrE6JuGTz6zoFhAfGNowIE2Lr4e900IA0D_tmac2Q/closedform
registration_period:
from: "2019-10-30"
to: "2019-11-13"
excerpt:
"This Software Carpentry workshop will teach Shell, Git and R programming for researchers."
---
## Goal
Introduce scientists and PhD students to a powerful toolset to enhance their
research software workflow.
## Content
This workshops contains the following topics:
* Introduction to _Shell_ scripting
* Using _Git_ as version control system (VCS)
* Introduction to the _R_ programming language
Details can also be found directly at the
[GFZ event page](https://swc-bb.git-pages.gfz-potsdam.de/swc-pages/2019-11-26-Potsdam-Berlin/).
## Requirements
No prior knowledge is required to attend this workshop.
---
title: "Machine Learning Hackathon at GFZ"
layout: event
organizers:
- "Machine Learning community at GFZ"
type: Hackathon
start:
date: "2020-03-05"
time: "09:00"
end:
date: "2020-03-05"
time: "18:00"
location:
campus: "GFZ, Telegrafenberg"
room: "Vortragsraum 2 and 3, Haus H"
excerpt:
" A one day Hackathon organized by Machine Learning Community at GFZ "
---
This hackathon aims to bring researchers that are experts in machine learning and/or intersted researchers together. Using real world datasets, it allows researchers to work together using existing machine learning tools and methods. The hackathon is a friendly event that let everyone to share experiance and learn from others.
---
title: Lecture series on scientific computing
layout: event
organizers:
- dolling
- belayneh
lecturers:
- dolling
- belayneh
type: Lecture
start:
date: "2020-05-18"
time: "10:00"
end:
date: "2020-06-15"
time: "11:00"
location:
campus: "Online Event"
excerpt:
"This lecture series will teach researchers key topics in research software
development including best practices"
---
## Goal
To teach researchers the basics of software development, and introduce them to
existing tools and best practices for repoducable research software.
## Content
The lecture series is consists of the following topics:
* Requirements for Code Publication (scheduled for 2020-05-18)
* Research software engineering (scheduled for 2020-05-25)
* Reusable Software (scheduled for 2020-06-08)
* Automation: making your results reproducible (scheduled for 2020-06-15)
## Requirements
No prior knowledge or experiance is required.
---
title: Git with GitLab for Teams and Reproducible Research
layout: event
organizers:
- belayneh
- "Julia Neelmeijer"
lecturers:
- belayneh
- dolling
- "Hannes Fuchs"
- "Stefan Lüdtke"
- "Christian Meeßen"
- "Marc Hanisch"
- brinckmann
type: Workshop
start:
date: "2020-11-23"
time: "09:00"
end:
date: "2020-11-24"
time: "14:00"
location:
campus: "Online Event"
registration_link: https://hifis-events.hzdr.de/event/31/
registration_period:
from: "2020-11-05"
to: "2020-11-16"
excerpt:
"The workshop covers topics of Git with GitLab and best practices in software development in research."
---
## Goal
Having the knowledge and skills on how to use tools and techniques to preserve research output and to collaborate with peers benefit every research domain. This is a virtual workshop aiming to support researchers within a team to develop such skills. It is an interactive workshop including sessions from concepts to practice.
## Content
The workshop covers topics on:
* Git with GitLab for individual use as well as for collaboration.
* Best practices in software development in research.
## Requirements
No prior knowledge or experiance is required.
---
title: Make Your Script Ready for Publication
layout: event
organizers:
- belayneh
- dolling
- "Johannes Petereit"
lecturers:
- dolling
type: Workshop
start:
date: "2020-12-08"
time: "09:00"
end:
date: "2020-12-09"
time: "18:00"
location:
campus: "Online Event"
registration_link: https://hifis-events.hzdr.de/event/34/
registration_period:
from: "2020-11-10"
to: "2020-11-30"
excerpt:
"The workshop covers topics of best practices for software publication."
---
## Goal
This workshop aims to teach researchers step by step how existing source code can be ready for publication.
## Content
The workshop contains practical sessions on how to:
* Organize source code and automate processes using GitLab
* Set up pipenv, linter
* Test source code
* Add documentation
* Add license
* Prepare citation
## Requirements
No prior knowledge or experiance is required.
......@@ -25,6 +25,10 @@ registration_period:
to: "2021-03-17"
excerpt:
"This workshop will teach version control using Git for scientists and PhD students."
redirect_from:
- events/2021/03/16/2021-03-25and26-version-control-using-git
- events/2021/03/17/2021-03-25and26-version-control-using-git
- events/2021/03/18/2021-03-25and26-version-control-using-git
---
## Goal
......
......@@ -21,6 +21,8 @@ registration_period:
to: "2021-03-19"
registration_link: "https://hifis-events.hzdr.de/event/67/"
fully_booked_out: "False"
redirect_from:
- events/2021/03/30/introduction_to_git_and_gitlab
---
## Goal
......
......@@ -12,11 +12,11 @@ end:
location:
campus: "Online"
room: "<a href=https://meet.gwdg.de/b/max-93j-2ef><i class=\"fas fa-external-link-alt\"></i> meet.gwdg.de</a>"
excerpt: "<strong>Helmholtz services that can assist you in research software development</strong> These tools might make your daily work easier..."
excerpt: "<strong>Pitfalls in data visualization</strong> Why people don't understand exponential growth and what color it has."
---
## Helmholtz services that can assist you in research software development
## Pitfalls in data visualization
The Hacky Hour is intended to discuss and learn about different topics in the context of research software development. During the session, you will meet Helmholtz researchers from different fields and have the opportunity to present your favorite tools and techniques. If you want to join, share your experience or have any question on the topic, let us and others know about it in [the meta pad](https://pad.gwdg.de/0HczFKgqS_C9L1QGzfpbJA#).
The Helmholtz Association provides various services and tools to help developing research software, improve collaborative workflows or tackle problems you didn't even know you had.
There are as many ways to visualize data as there are to mess it up. Here we will talk about common pitfalls most of us are not aware of.
We are looking forward to seeing you!
......@@ -15,9 +15,11 @@ location:
excerpt: "This workshop shows a lightweight approach towards publication of research code."
registration_period:
from: "2021-03-26"
to: "2021-04-05"
registration_link: ""
to: "2021-04-11"
registration_link: "https://hifis-events.hzdr.de/event/91/"
fully_booked_out: "False"
redirect_from:
- events/2021/04/14/bring_your_own_script_and_make_it_ready_for_publication
---
## Goal
......
---
title: First steps in Python-Programming
layout: event
organizers:
- erxleben
lecturers:
- TBA
type: workshop
start:
date: "2021-04-19"
end:
date: "2021-04-19"
registration_link: https://hifis-events.hzdr.de/event/93/
location:
campus: Online
fully_booked_out: false
registration_period:
from: "2021-04-05"
to: "2021-04-15"
excerpt:
"An Introduction for scientists and PhD. students to programming using the
language Python. No prior experience required."
---
## Goal
Enable the participants to write their own scripts in Python to automatically
evaluate data and solve recurring or labourious tasks by automation.
## Content
The course will introduce basic concepts of the language.
Emphasis will be put on live coding (i.e. learners write their code along with
the instructors) and overcoming the initial learning hurdles together.
Hands-on exercises give the opportunity to test the newly acquired knowledge.
## Requirements
Neither prior knowledge nor experience in the area is needed.
Participants are asked to bring their own computer on which they can install
software.
Detailed instructions will be made available on the workshop website.
......@@ -3,16 +3,30 @@ title: Programming using Python
layout: event
organizers:
- belayneh
lecturers:
- belayneh
- dolling
- "Hannes Fuchs"
- "Stefan Lüdtke"
- "Christian Meeßen"
- "Nils Brinkmann"
type: workshop
start:
date: "2021-04-27"
time: "09:00"
end:
date: "2021-04-28"
time: "18:00"
time: "14:00"
location: "Online"
excerpt:
"This basic Software Carpentry workshop aims to teach Python for scientists and PhD students."
registration_period:
from: "2021-04-12"
to: "2021-04-19"
registration_link: "https://hifis-events.hzdr.de/event/97/"
redirect_from:
- events/2021/03/16/2021-04-27and28-python
- events/2021/03/17/2021-04-27and28-python
---
## Goal
......@@ -36,4 +50,5 @@ the basics of Python programming using multiple excersis:
Neither prior knowledge nor experience in Python is needed to attend this workshop.
A headset (or at least headphones) is required.
More details can be found on the [workshop page](https://swc-bb.git-pages.gfz-potsdam.de/swc-pages/2021-04-27-GFZ-virtual/)
Registration will open 2-3 weeks before the event. We are looking forward to seeing you!
......@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
title: "Helmholtz Hacky Hour #27"
layout: event
organizers:
- dworatzyk
- dolling
type: hacky-hour
start:
date: "2021-05-05"
......@@ -12,11 +12,11 @@ end:
location:
campus: "Online"
room: "<a href=https://meet.gwdg.de/b/max-93j-2ef><i class=\"fas fa-external-link-alt\"></i> meet.gwdg.de</a>"
excerpt: "<strong>Lost in translation</strong> Tools for rewriting code"
excerpt: "<strong>Helmholtz services that can assist you in research software development</strong> These tools might make your daily work easier..."
---
## Lost in translation
## Helmholtz services that can assist you in research software development
The Hacky Hour is intended to discuss and learn about different topics in the context of research software development. During the session, you will meet Helmholtz researchers from different fields and have the opportunity to present your favorite tools and techniques. If you want to join, share your experience or have any question on the topic, let us and others know about it in [the meta pad](https://pad.gwdg.de/0HczFKgqS_C9L1QGzfpbJA#).
Rewriting code in another language or for another system can be a tedious job. We are inviting you to share your favorite tools to make this task a little bit more fun.
The Helmholtz Association provides various services and tools to help developing research software, improve collaborative workflows or tackle problems you didn't even know you had.
We are looking forward to seeing you!
......@@ -16,8 +16,10 @@ excerpt: "This workshop provides an introduction into Git in combination with t
registration_period:
from: "2021-04-19"
to: "2021-04-28"
registration_link: ""
registration_link: "https://hifis-events.hzdr.de/event/102/"
fully_booked_out: "False"
redirect_from:
- events/2021/05/10/introduction_to_git_and_gitlab
---
## Goal
......
......@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@ excerpt: "This workshop provides an introduction into software development for
registration_period:
from: "2021-04-26"
to: "2021-05-07"
registration_link: ""
registration_link: "https://hifis-events.hzdr.de/event/103/"
fully_booked_out: "False"
---
## Goal
......
......@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
title: "Helmholtz Hacky Hour #28"
layout: event
organizers:
- dolling
- dworatzyk
type: hacky-hour
start:
date: "2021-05-19"
......@@ -12,11 +12,11 @@ end:
location:
campus: "Online"
room: "<a href=https://meet.gwdg.de/b/max-93j-2ef><i class=\"fas fa-external-link-alt\"></i> meet.gwdg.de</a>"
excerpt: "<strong>Pitfalls in data visualization</strong> Why people don't understand exponential growth and what color it has."
excerpt: "<strong>Lost in translation</strong> Tools for rewriting code"
---
## Pitfalls in data visualization
## Lost in translation
The Hacky Hour is intended to discuss and learn about different topics in the context of research software development. During the session, you will meet Helmholtz researchers from different fields and have the opportunity to present your favorite tools and techniques. If you want to join, share your experience or have any question on the topic, let us and others know about it in [the meta pad](https://pad.gwdg.de/0HczFKgqS_C9L1QGzfpbJA#).
There are as many ways to visualize data as there are to mess it up. Here we will talk about common pitfalls most of us are not aware of.
Rewriting code in another language or for another system can be a tedious job. We are inviting you to share your favorite tools to make this task a little bit more fun.
We are looking forward to seeing you!
---
title: First steps in Python-Programming
layout: event
organizers:
- erxleben
lecturers:
- TBA
type: workshop
start:
date: "2021-05-21"
end:
date: "2021-05-21"
registration_link:
location:
campus: Online
fully_booked_out: false
registration_period:
from: "2021-05-10"
to: "2021-05-16"
excerpt:
"An Introduction for scientists and PhD. students to programming using the
language Python. No prior experience required."
---
## Goal
Enable the participants to write their own scripts in Python to automatically
evaluate data and solve recurring or labourious tasks by automation.
## Content
The course will introduce basic concepts of the language.
Emphasis will be put on live coding (i.e. learners write their code along with
the instructors) and overcoming the initial learning hurdles together.
Hands-on exercises give the opportunity to test the newly acquired knowledge.
## Requirements
Neither prior knowledge nor experience in the area is needed.
Participants are asked to bring their own computer on which they can install
software.
Detailed instructions will be made available on the workshop website.
......@@ -14,6 +14,9 @@ location:
campus: "Online"
excerpt:
"The workshop covers topics of best practices for software publication."
redirect_from:
- events/2021/03/16/2021-05-26and27-code-publication
- events/2021/03/17/2021-05-26and27-code-publication
---
## Goal
......
......@@ -18,6 +18,8 @@ registration_period:
to: "2021-05-28"
registration_link: ""
fully_booked_out: "False"
redirect_from:
- events/2021/06/08/bring_your_own_script_and_make_it_ready_for_publication
---
## Goal
......
---
title: Project management with GitLab
layout: event
organizers:
- erxleben
lecturers:
- TBA
type: workshop
start:
date: "2021-06-11"
end:
date: "2021-06-14"
registration_link:
location:
campus: Online
fully_booked_out: false
registration_period:
from: "2021-05-31"
to: "2021-06-06"
excerpt:
"This workshop will focus on project management with the GitLab platform.
A primer for the prerequisite version control system Git will be offered to those not yet familiar with it."
---
## Goal
The workshop is aimed at those who have to manage development projects in a research context.
It introduces a workflow and best practises for day-to-day operations
with the aim to increase productivity, overall quality and make everyones' life a bit easier.
## Content
This course is split into two parts:
1. Introduction to version control using the tool Git
2. Project Management with the Web-Platform [GitLab](https://about.gitlab.com)
Version Control is an essential building block in managing digital projects of any scale and enabling successful collaboration.
Building on top of this, an advanced project management system provides further potential for enhanced productivity.
## Requirements
No previous knowledge in the covered topics will be required.
Participants are advised to have a computer on which they can install software.
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