Using git for scientific software projects, February 15th

During workshop we will cover all the basic elements of how the code is nowadays managed using the open infrastructure provided by GitHub and the free CI runners. You will learn how to set up a repository so that others can contribute to it by sending pull requests, and to have the pull requests automatically tested.

Plan of the workshop:

– quick introduction to version control using git
– testing scientific code and using CI systems
– the OSS workflow using public code, branches, pull requests, and review

Please find the application form here. We wait for applications until February 11th.

Tutor:

Zbigniew Jędrzejewski-Szmek has a PhD in molecular physics and experience with development of both scientific and non-scientific open-source software. After 10 years of working as a scientist and a scientific programmer, he is currently working for Red Hat.