Teaching Tech Together Is Out
Greg Wilson: Teaching Tech Together. Taylor & Francis, 2019, 978-0-367-35328-5.
This book would not exist without the contributions of Laura Acion, Jorge Aranda, Mara Averick, Erin Becker, Azalee Bostroem, Hugo Bowne-Anderson, Neil Brown, Gerard Capes, Francis Castro, Daniel Chen, Dav Clark, Warren Code, Ben Cotton, Richie Cotton, Karen Cranston, Katie Cunningham, Natasha Danas, Matt Davis, Neal Davis, Mark Degani, Tim Dennis, Paul Denny, Michael Deutsch, Brian Dillingham, Kathi Fisler, Denae Ford, Auriel Fournier, Bob Freeman, Nathan Garrett, Mark Guzdial, Rayna Harris, Ahmed Hasan, Ian Hawke, Felienne Hermans, Kate Hertweck, Toby Hodges, Roel Hogervorst, Mike Hoye, Dan Katz, Christina Koch, Shriram Krishnamurthi, Katrin Leinweber, Colleen Lewis, Dave Loyall, Paweł Marczewski, Lenny Markus, Sue McClatchy, Jessica McKellar, Ian Milligan, Julie Moronuki, Lex Nederbragt, Aleksandra Nenadic, Jeramia Ory, Joel Ostblom, Elizabeth Patitsas, Aleksandra Pawlik, Sorawee Porncharoenwase, Emily Porta, Alex Pounds, Thomas Price, Danielle Quinn, Ian Ragsdale, Erin Robinson, Rosario Robinson, Ariel Rokem, Pat Schloss, Malvika Sharan, Florian Shkurti, Dan Sholler, Juha Sorva, Igor Steinmacher, Tracy Teal, Tiffany Timbers, Richard Tomsett, Preston Tunnell Wilson, Matt Turk, Fiona Tweedie, Anelda van der Walt, Stéfan van der Walt, Allegra Via, Petr Viktorin, Belinda Weaver, Hadley Wickham, Jason Williams, Simon Willison, Karen Word, John Wrenn, and Andromeda Yelton. I am grateful to Lukas Blakk for the original logo, to Shashi Kumar for LaTeX help, to Markku Rontu for making the diagrams look better, and to everyone who has done instructor training over the past eight years with the Carpentries or RStudio. Any mistakes that remain are mine.
For my mother, Doris Wilson,
who taught hundreds of children to read and to believe in themselves.
And for my brother Jeff, who did not live to see it finished.
"Remember, you still have a lot of good times in front of you."
All royalties from the sale of this book are being donated to the Carpentries, a volunteer organization that teaches foundational coding and data science skills to researchers worldwide.