Joint Seminar: Good Scientific Code - What, Why, How

Scientific code is notorious for appearing sloppy, hard to read and navigate, full of duplication, and difficult to reproduce. The main reason this happens is because curricula that traditionally train scientists pay little attention to writing good code, and during the scientific life there is little time for the individual to practice this on their own. In this short workshop we will change that! The two main parts we will discuss are writing good code and incorporating software development paradigms into your workflow. If time permits, we will also have a look at version control, code collaboration and reproducible code publishing.

Date

09.06.2021

Time

13:30 h

Place

Virtual Seminar
Hamburg

Speaker

George Datseris

Organizers

Diego Jiménez-de-la-Cuesta Otero

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