The University of Oklahoma Libraries has organized a Software Carpentry workshop for the general campus at OU to be held October 25-26, 2016. This 2-day workshop is part of a ongoing series hosted by the OU Libraries designed to help teach computing skills and best practices to faculty, staff and students to get more done with less pain. This workshop is the first of three scheduled for the Fall 2016 semester and is geared for beginning coders.
The workshop will be covering Bash (command shell), Python, and Git/GitHub. The final goal of the workshop is for learners to understand the process of creating shell scripts in bash and python to serve as tools to help them in their research activities.
Intermediate coders can get help with their questions during open office hours every every Thursday from 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. in the Digital Scholarship Lab. No appointment is needed.
Software Carpentry Schedule for 2016-2017 Academic Calendar
- Fall 2016
- November 21-22: Workshop
- Spring 2017
- January 12-13: Workshop
- March 13-14: Workshop
- April 7-8: Workshop