Software Carpentry course on May 24-25

Programming course for beginners at PROTO204

You are invited to a two-day Software Carpentry course that will take place on May 24-25th, 2016 at PROTO204 in the Campus of Orsay.

Software Carpentry is a programming course for beginners, which covers most important skills for everyday use of scientists (automating tasks with the shell, programming in Python, data analysis and visualisation, keeping track of project changes with git).  The course is aimed at graduate students and other researchers. You don’t need to have any previous knowledge of the tools that will be presented at the workshop. Some prior programming experience (in any language), although not required, will be useful.

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The course is organized by computational scientists from the Paris area: Jan Antolik (UNIC, CNRS), Andrew Davison (UNIC, CNRS), Loïc Estève (Pariétal, Inria), Eric Bray (LRI, Université Paris-Sud), Konrad Hinsen (CBM, Orléans), Samuel Lelièvre (Math, UPSud), Camille Marini (Telecom ParisTech, CNRS), Marcel Stimberg (Institut de la Vision, UPMC), Bartosz Teleńczuk (UNIC, CNRS), Maria Teleńczuk (Institut de la Vision, UPMC)

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