Best Practices committee


I was a part of the SEA in the early years, when I was a software engineer in CISL.  I left CISL to return to my astronomy roots, and moved back to HAO.  But, I still do a lot of software engineering, and consider that a significant part of my role here.


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Proposed Software Engineering Courses

A. Software Carpentry

Software Carpentry is an intensive week-long course that teaches scientists and engineers how to use computers more effectively in scientific research. Originally developed for Los Alamos National Laboratory, it focuses on skills that are directly applicable to simulation, data analysis, and scientific software development.  The course is highly modular, and can easily be adapted to match students' backgrounds and needs. Topics typically include:


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