We offer training workshops to researchers from Nordic research groups and projects in using state-of-the-art tools and practices from modern collaborative software engineering. Our three-day workshops focus on methods to build modular, reusable, maintainable, sustainable, reproducible, testable, and robust software.
Our workshops are attended by MSc and PhD students, postdocs, researchers and more senior staff from a wide range of scientific backgrounds and with different programming experiences. Our code repository hosting and continuous integration service is open and free for all researchers based in Nordic universities and research institutes.
It is assumed that participants already write code for their research but no expertise is required. Some experience in navigating the file tree and editing files in a terminal session is recommended. For beginners who don't yet write code but want to get started, we highly recommend attending a Software Carpentry workshop.
I used to be a HPC-manager, but I am transforming into a sustainable Research Software Engineer. My background is in electrical engineering and I have experience from different software companies. Do also enjoy baking, and make Ruislimmppu regularly.
Used to be a physicist, but decided to leave research to others, and concentrate on fiddling with computers instead.
Software engineer with background in software engineering research. Enjoys learning and discussing modern software engineering practices.
Software engineer and data analyst with a weakness for craft beer and a penchant for travel.
Full-stack Web Developer. Adores Liferay and seals.
Theoretical chemist turned into a computer geek. Working as senior engineer at the High Performance Computing Group. Enjoys teaching, learning, and discussing computer languages. Fan of the 8-bit graphics era, loves cooking and baking and aviation.
Working as a senior engineer at the department of research computing. Holds a PhD in informatics from University if Oslo.
Application expert at the PDC Center for HPC in Stockholm with a background in chemical physics. Enjoys teaching, working at the interface between HPC and academic research and interacting with talented scientists during CodeRefinery workshops.