Workshop at CEF’11

I will be giving a one-day workshop on software skills for computational economists at the 17th International Conference on Computing in Economics and Finance (CEF 2011) in San Francisco on Tuesday, June 28. I'm going to talk about version control, tracking provenance, systematic testing, and key results in empirical software engineering; there will also be a guest lecture from Michael Nielsen about the future of scientific practice in a networked world.

Originally posted at Software Carpentry.