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---
title: "Helmholtz Hacky Hour #20"
layout: event
organizers:
- dolling
type: hacky-hour
start:
date: "2021-01-20"
time: "14:00"
end:
time: "15:00"
location:
campus: "virtual"
room: "https://meet.gwdg.de/b/max-93j-2ef"
excerpt: "<strong>Why don't you share your source code?</strong> Concerns about and solutions for common problems with code sharing."
---
## Why don't you share your source code?
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#).
We want to talk about occurring problems with publishing software, how to solve them and why it is important to publish research software
We are looking forward to seeing you!
---
title: "Helmholtz Hacky Hour #21"
layout: event
organizers:
- belayneh
type: hacky-hour
start:
date: "2021-02-03"
time: "14:00"
end:
time: "15:00"
location:
campus: "virtual"
room: "https://meet.gwdg.de/b/max-93j-2ef"
excerpt: "<strong>Project organization for software development in research</strong> Important but often neglected in research -> project organization in software development"
---
## Project organization for software development in research
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#).
Having a good understanding on how to organize projects can save time and often affect the quality of workflow in research. But, this requires a know-how on the basics and available tools. Within this Hacky Hour, we will discuss and share experiences on different aspects of project organization
We are looking forward to seeing you!
---
title: "Helmholtz Hacky Hour #22"
layout: event
organizers:
- dolling
type: hacky-hour
start:
date: "2021-02-17"
time: "14:00"
end:
time: "15:00"
location:
campus: "virtual"
room: "https://meet.gwdg.de/b/max-93j-2ef"
excerpt: "<strong>What could go wrong? Horror Stories in (collaborative) scientific computation</strong> The moment they realized their work of the past years was almost wasted..."
---
## What could go wrong? Horror Stories in (collaborative) scientific computation
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#).
Everyone is invited to share their worst experiences during work with computers and other alien lifeforms, and how to avoid them in the future (if possible).
We are looking forward to seeing you!
---
title: "Helmholtz Hacky Hour #23"
layout: event
organizers:
- belayneh
type: hacky-hour
start:
date: "2021-03-03"
time: "14:00"
end:
time: "15:00"
location:
campus: "virtual"
room: "https://meet.gwdg.de/b/max-93j-2ef"
excerpt: "<strong>How to select the right tools in software development?</strong> How to avoid not to get lost inside multiple tools available when choosing for software development?"
---
## How to select the right tools in 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#).
The number of available tools for software development are overwhelming and require us to know how to filter. Even Though there might not be a one line do it this way approach, its important to have a common baseline as a guide to select tools. Within this hacky hour, we will talk about different ways of selecting the right tools in software development
We are looking forward to seeing you!
---
title: "Helmholtz Hacky Hour #24"
layout: event
organizers:
- dolling
type: hacky-hour
start:
date: "2021-03-17"
time: "14:00"
end:
time: "15:00"
location:
campus: "virtual"
room: "https://meet.gwdg.de/b/max-93j-2ef"
excerpt: "<strong>My preferred data visualization tools</strong> There are hundreds of libraries and tools to solve that, but which one is the best?"
---
## My preferred data visualization tools
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#).
Plots, graphs, maps - there are many opportunities for researchers to visualize data. For this session everyone is invited to present their favorite tool, give a brief overview or point out the advantages.
We are looking forward to seeing you!
---
title: "Helmholtz Hacky Hour #25"
layout: event
organizers:
- dolling
type: hacky-hour
start:
date: "2021-03-31"
time: "14:00"
end:
time: "15:00"
location:
campus: "virtual"
room: "https://meet.gwdg.de/b/max-93j-2ef"
excerpt: "<strong>Helmholtz services that can assist you in research software development</strong> These tools might make your daily work easier..."
---
## 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#).
The Helmholtz Association provides various services and tools to help developing research software, improve collaborative workflows or tackle problems you didn't if knew you had.
We are looking forward to seeing you!
---
title: "Helmholtz Hacky Hour #26"
layout: event
organizers:
- belayneh
type: hacky-hour
start:
date: "2021-04-14"
time: "14:00"
end:
time: "15:00"
location:
campus: "virtual"
room: "https://meet.gwdg.de/b/max-93j-2ef"
excerpt: "<strong>Automation in research software development</strong> Automation as one of the keys towards reproducible research."
---
## Automation 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#).
One way to define automation is as a way to minimize human interventions to avoid manual tasks that often lead to mistakes. Apart from avoiding mistakes, it also highly benefit to save time and let researchers focus on tasks that require more knowledge. In this hacky hour, we discuss and share our experience on topics of automation in software development in research.
We are looking forward to seeing you!
---
title: "Helmholtz Hacky Hour #27"
layout: event
organizers:
- dworatzyk
type: hacky-hour
start:
date: "2021-04-28"
time: "14:00"
end:
time: "15:00"
location:
campus: "virtual"
room: "https://meet.gwdg.de/b/max-93j-2ef"
excerpt: "<strong>Rewriting code for another system / programming language</strong> TBA"
---
## Rewriting code for another system / programming language
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#).
TBA
We are looking forward to seeing you!
---
title: "Helmholtz Hacky Hour #28"
layout: event
organizers:
- dolling
type: hacky-hour
start:
date: "2021-05-12"
time: "14:00"
end:
time: "15:00"
location:
campus: "virtual"
room: "https://meet.gwdg.de/b/max-93j-2ef"
excerpt: "<strong>Pitfalls in data visualization</strong> Why people don't understand exponential growth and what color it has."
---
## 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#).
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!
---
title: "Helmholtz Hacky Hour #29"
layout: event
organizers:
- dworatzyk
type: hacky-hour
start:
date: "2021-05-26"
time: "14:00"
end:
time: "15:00"
location:
campus: "virtual"
room: "https://meet.gwdg.de/b/max-93j-2ef"
excerpt: "<strong>Time and quality in research software development - a toxic relationship</strong> TBA"
---
## Time and quality in research software development - a toxic relationship
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#).
TBA
We are looking forward to seeing you!
---
title: "Helmholtz Hacky Hour #30"
layout: event
organizers:
- erxleben
type: hacky-hour
start:
date: "2021-06-09"
time: "14:00"
end:
time: "15:00"
location:
campus: "virtual"
room: "https://meet.gwdg.de/b/max-93j-2ef"
excerpt: "<strong>Working effectively with bad or old code</strong> When the code is older than the programmer and your research depends on a cryptic combination of characters…"
---
## Working effectively with bad or old code
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#).
How can we deal with legacy code or that one project which was completed in a rush several years ago and never touched again after the paper was accepted? Are there alternatives to panic and/or resignation?
We are looking forward to seeing you!
---
title: "Helmholtz Hacky Hour #31"
layout: event
organizers:
- dolling
type: hacky-hour
start:
date: "2021-06-23"
time: "14:00"
end:
time: "15:00"
location:
campus: "virtual"
room: "https://meet.gwdg.de/b/max-93j-2ef"
excerpt: "<strong>When to parallelize your software</strong> It is running for three hours while only doing simple calculations..."
---
## When to parallelize your software
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#).
Computers are capable of multi-tasking. When is it possible to make use of it, what are the problems, that one can encounter doing it, and what tools actually get the job(s) done?
We are looking forward to seeing you!
---
title: "Helmholtz Hacky Hour #32"
layout: event
organizers:
- erxleben
type: hacky-hour
start:
date: "2021-07-07"
time: "14:00"
end:
time: "15:00"
location:
campus: "virtual"
room: "https://meet.gwdg.de/b/max-93j-2ef"
excerpt: "<strong>Tools for handling (parametric) 3D-models</strong> Plotting in 2D is nice, but sometimes it is simply not enough."
---
## Tools for handling (parametric) 3D-models
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#).
Creating 3D models from data sets or from scratch, manipulating them and making them interactive is a long journey through tough terrain. But the results are absolutely worth it.
We are looking forward to seeing you!
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