The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation and Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI) have agreed to provide $2.65 million (£2.07 million) in funding over three years to The Carpentries project.
Nominations are now open for community-elected and Council-elected positions
The Carpentries has released the first draft of its Curriculum Development Handbook, a guide to developing Carpentries lessons
By Aleksandra Nenadic, Training Lead The Carpentries has introduced a new form to either report self-organised workshops or request a centrally-organised workshop.
By Raniere Silva On 16-19 September, I taught a Software Carpentry workshop at the University of Botswana. The workshop was hosted by the Southern Africa Innovation Support (SAIS) Universities-Industry-Government (UIG) Co-creation Platform and had more than 30 learners
The Carpentries community of practice started out with a clear goal: teaching foundational computational skills to researchers worldwide. Shared values and goals have long been the starting point of communities of practice as they identify changes they want to see and start working together towards these changes. As a community, The Carpentries are now looking to articulate more closely what these values are and wish the community members to be an integral part of creating these value statements.
By Connie Clare, TU Delft. This post was originally published on the Open Working blog at TU Delft. TU Delft Library met Data Champions from the Department of Biotechnology, Victor Koppejan and Raúl A. Ortiz Merino, to celebrate their Software and Data Carpentry workshop success.
The Software Sustainability Institute is pleased to announce the launch of the new mailing list email@example.com under The Carpentries Topicbox. This mailing group is open to the Carpentry community in the UK – trainers, instructors, helpers, workshop coordinators and facilitators and anyone else interested in joining – to discuss training matters round the UK.
By Edward Wallace, Sir Henry Dale Fellow and Group Leader in the School of Biological Sciences at The University of Edinburgh. Edward Wallace writes about his experiences getting involved with skills development for biologists through The Carpentries, for which the Software Sustainability Institute is the UK coordinator.
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By Jeremy Cohen, Research Software Engineering team lead. This blog post was originally published at the RSE Imperial College blog. On the 9th and 10th July 2019 the Research Software London community ran its first regional Software Carpentry workshop. The event was jointly organised by Imperial, UCL and Queen Mary with Queen Mary hosting the workshop at their Mile End Campus.