CodeRefinery workshop, 21-23 and 28-30 March 2023

Our March workshop is soon, and you can join alone, as a team, or as a volunteer.

February 14, 2023

Our March workshop is soon. By now, many of you know what a CodeRefinery workshop is - git (intro and collaborative), social coding, reproducible research, Jupyter, documentation, testing, and modular code development (check all material). But what's less known is all the new ways to take part.

Workshop page and Register

In case you didn't know, we teach via livestream - which means anyone can attend and we have unlimited capicity. Our teaching style (as far as we can tell, quite unique to us!) makes the courses still engaging while allowing us to reach a much larger audience than we could otherwise. We also offer some in-person or Zoom attendance options.

As an individual, you can attend - by yourself watching the livestream, apply to work together in a Zoom team we organize, or some local partners will even have in-person rooms to attend. Registration is not binding, sign up for information and come when you can (you won't take a seat from others). To simplify registration, you can just sign up and you'll get contacted about Zoom/in-person possibilities later.

If you have some friends, work together! Book your own meeting room and watch the livestream together. We provide hands-on exercises that on which you can work together - or even try to apply the techniques to your own projects during this exercise time. Working with a friend seriously improves learning and uptake after the workshop.

If you've been to CodeRefinery before, why not volunteer? (For any of these, sign up in the normal registration form and tick the interested in being staff/observer box):

  • Be a team leader to allow us to support more teams (register in the normal form and indicate this interest there).
  • Be a co-instructor: thanks to our co-teaching, we've reduced the barrier to get started. In fact, someone that has taken CodeRefinery once would make a perfect co-instructor for a lesson, since you'll remember what it was like to be a learner and act.
  • We can always use volunteers to follow up on HackMD questions, help manage Zoom, communications, and generally all the other little things that need doing.

Why volunteer? You'll learn more of the workshop contents and get involved in our teaching network - really good for both your career and your organization.

More than anytime before, CodeRefinery is about being accessible to as many learning styles as possible. Anyone can register and you'll get information, you can decide if you want to watch the livestream, review videos later, or just be aware of what happened and check again later.

We hope to see you there!


CodeRefinery is a project within the Nordic e-Infrastructure Collaboration (NeIC). NeIC is an organisational unit under NordForsk.


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