Thanks to Chris and Josh for providing additional feedback on the selection committee guide. I’ve shared it with the committee and we’ll be reviewing it as a group on Tuesday. On
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
General: 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,
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.