Blog Archive 2013

2013-12-31: Tools, Conversations, and Cultures

2013-12-27: Catch and Hold

2013-12-25: Oxford, One Year On

2013-12-19: Andromeda's Advice

2013-12-19: So How Is Instructor Training Going?

2013-12-10: There Ought to Be a Badge

2013-12-05: Two to the Fifth New Instructors

2013-11-29: WiSE Bootcamp at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

2013-11-17: Thanks from Woods Hole

2013-11-16: A Modest Proposal

2013-11-16: Citing Us In Your CV

2013-11-16: Creating a Forum

2013-11-13: Data Science Centers at UCB, UW, and NYU

2013-11-13: Women in Tech Workshop at PyData NYC

2013-11-12: Report on the PLOS/Mozilla Code Review Pilot

2013-11-10: Three Old Men Drinking Tea

2013-11-02: Software Carpentry's Scope

2013-11-02: Reorganizing

2013-10-23: A Simple Exercise

2013-10-17: You Keep Using That Word

2013-10-17: The State of Open Science

2013-10-14: Curriculum Design

2013-10-09: Enrolment Figures (Fall 2013)

2013-10-08: Assuming the Problem

2013-10-04: Our Biggest Bootcamp Ever at PyCon 2014

2013-10-04: October 2013 Lab Meeting

2013-09-27: The Future: Today

2013-09-26: Code and Data for the Social Sciences

2013-09-24: To Tell You the Truth...

2013-09-24: How Much Testing Is Enough?

2013-09-15: PyCon 2014 Proposal

2013-09-05: Still

2013-09-02: Introducing Citation Files

2013-09-02: Teaching Librarians at Harvard

2013-08-31: Does Task Automation Improve Code Reviews?

2013-08-31: How It Should Have Ended

2013-08-30: Open Access Button Hackathon is Sept 7-8

2013-08-25: Why Open Access?

2013-08-23: Instructor Training Statistics

2013-08-23: Two Cheers for GitHub

2013-08-23: August 2013 Lab Meeting

2013-08-19: Bootcamp Questionnaires

2013-08-14: Summary of Host Survey

2013-08-13: What We Cover in Instructor Training

2013-08-12: Offering a New Order

2013-07-28: Chillin'

2013-07-26: Report on the Indiana Bootcamp

2013-07-20: Miscellaneous Videos

2013-07-19: The Fourteenth Anniversary

2013-07-19: Welcome Our New Instructors

2013-07-18: Data Science Workflows

2013-07-17: Biological Computing User Stories

2013-07-16: Computational Competence for Biologists

2013-07-05: WiSE Bootcamp Roundup

2013-07-05: Sloan Foundation Proposal Round 2

2013-06-20: Software Carpentry: Lessons Learned

2013-06-19: The Twelve Bar Blues of Open Science

2013-06-17: Salk Institute Feedback

2013-06-13: Problems with Pandoc

2013-06-13: Formal Specifications Better Than Function Points for Code Sizing

2013-06-13: It's Not a Bug, It's a Feature: How Misclassification Impacts Bug Prediction

2013-06-13: The MSR Cookbook: Mining a Decade of Research

2013-06-13: UML in Practice

2013-06-13: June 2013 Lab Meeting

2013-06-09: Heroes

2013-06-07: Is There Only Room for One Utopia?

2013-06-07: Running Bootcamps

2013-06-04: First Impressions of MSR

2013-05-26: What Does Victory Look Like?

2013-05-26: What Does Done Look Like?

2013-05-25: Our Infrastructure

2013-05-24: Where We Are (More or Less)

2013-05-24: Planning for the Break

2013-05-24: Browsercast

2013-05-17: Wrapping Up at UC Davis

2013-05-14: A Mention in Science Careers

2013-05-10: Git vs. Subversion and Feedback in General

2013-05-03: Make It Easier to (Re)use Your Data

2013-05-03: More Detailed Feeback from Melbourne

2013-05-02: Translucent Badges

2013-05-02: A Rational Computing Process: How and Why to Fake It

2013-05-01: Merging is the Real Revolution

2013-04-30: Pre-Assessment Results

2013-04-29: An Update on Cumulative Enrolment

2013-04-24: Manchester Once Again

2013-04-19: Spreadsheets, Retractions, and Bias

2013-04-16: A Characteristic Study on Failures of Production Distributed Data-Parallel Programs

2013-04-07: Announcing a Bootcamp for Women in Science and Engineering

2013-03-28: That's My Secret, Captain...

2013-03-24: Using the IPython Notebook as a Teaching Tool

2013-03-17: Testing Image Processing

2013-03-17: Cumulative Enrollment

2013-03-15: Snowstorms and Blackouts in Virginia

2013-03-12: A New Testing Framework for MATLAB

2013-03-08: Halving Fail Rates using Peer Instruction

2013-03-05: First Round at Lawrence Berkeley

2013-03-01: Washington Went Well

2013-03-01: Alternative Teaching Models

2013-02-28: A Software Carpentry Boot Camp for Women in Science and Engineering

2013-02-15: Congratulations to Christian Muise

2013-02-15: Wrapping Up in Melbourne

2013-02-14: More News from the UK

2013-02-12: Partnering with the SSI

2013-02-11: UBC Went Well

2013-02-11: Correctness Isn't Compelling

2013-02-10: Why Don't I Just Go Ahead And Frame That Debate In A Way That Guarantees I'll Win?

2013-02-09: The Larch Environment

2013-02-08: Macquarie Went Well

2013-02-03: The Missing Side of the Triangle

2013-02-03: Features and Scope in Open Courseware

2013-02-03: A Short Report from Tuebingen

2013-02-01: A Bunch of Bootcamps

2013-01-30: A Bootcamp at Mozilla

2013-01-30: Half a Hundred

2013-01-28: Novelty, Efficiency, and Trust

2013-01-23: How to Become an Instructor

2013-01-22: Record and Playback in the IPython Notebook

2013-01-21: Why Web Literacy?

2013-01-11: Teaching Commercially

2013-01-09: The Last Policeman

2013-01-07: Citation, Please

2013-01-04: Five Things

2013-01-04: Why We Teach

2013-01-04: Advice From a Newbie No More

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