A conversation with Ben Busby, DNAnexus BackgroundBen was involved in about 44 hackathons over a six year period at NCBI. The majority were almost exclusively in-person with just a few online participants. After
On Wednesday, I co-facilitated a session for [email protected] focused on transitioning meetings online. You can review the notes here. Next week I will be hosting the final webinar for event fund applicants.
A conversation with Marta Lloret, The European Bioinformatics Institute BackgroundThe Bioexcel Summer School on Biomolecular Simulations teaches students how to use software for molecular modeling and simulations using a combination of lectures and
I’ll be co-leading a [email protected] session next Wednesday focused on best practices in virtual meeting planning. Here is the summary blog post from last week’s CSCCE meeting, where I presented
A conversation with Jessica Hardwicke, Jo Barratt, and Serah Rono, csv,conf,v5 Backgroundcsv,conf has always been an in-person conference run by a small group of dedicated volunteers, with this year’s
This week, I hosted a second webinar for potential applicants and scheduled a third and final one for August 11th. Registration is here. On Wednesday, I presented at the CSCCE community call. I’
A conversation with Karen Word, The Carpentries BackgroundThe Carpentries has a tried and true program and instructor training for their two-day in-person workshops. They are very community-oriented and rely on an instructional team
This week, I onboarded our selection committee and held an informational webinar for potential applicants. I also released the third blog post in the event fund summer series focused on transitioning events online.
A conversation with Sheri Sanders and Carrie Ganote, National Center for Genome Analysis Support, Indiana University BackgroundSheri, Carrie, and their colleague Bhavya Papudeshi, have taught their R for Biologists Workshop at Indiana University
Do you have a specific definition of ‘open data science’ or can we interpret that broadly? We define open data science to include practices that promote reproducibility, transparency, and accessibility in collaboration, software/
Next week, I’ll be onboarding the selection committee. I’ll also be hosting the first of two informational webinars with potential applicants to answer questions about the event fund.
A conversation with Chelsea Bodamer and Adam Lorio, Western Washington University BackgroundChelsea is the event coordinator at Western Washington University, where she works with the Salish Sea Institute to hold a biennial conference.