We start Wednesday morning and conclude Thursday after lunch.
Location: KTH Library, Osquars backe 31, KTH Main Campus.
The idea behind this event is to bring together people who are working with code and/or data in research, in an informal environment where ideas can be exchanged, expertise shared and real work done! This hackathon is suitable for both experienced computational scientists and newcomers who still have things to figure out. We’ll make sure that everyone can learn something.
You are working on a software development project on your own or as a team and would like to apply best software practices to your project. Or you do not have a project yet but would be interest to join a team and learn how they adopt best software practices: as an external participant, you will be able to give accurate and important feedback and learn what are the important steps in the context of a real project.
It is also OK to suggest building something new within the hackathon.
To participate in this session, please propose a project. For this please email us a project title and an abstract. Please provide us with some background information about your code/data.
Here is the list of project proposals that we have received.
ReproHacks are one-day reproducibility hackathons where participants reproduce papers from published code and data. We will be running two ReproHack sessions during our hackathon.
To participate in the ReproHack, please nominate one paper which we will try to reproduce as a group (please email a suggestion to us). You can nominate your own paper and then you get feedback about how to improve your own work.
Here is the event page.
Would you like to participate in the development of new CodeRefinery lessons? We are listing a few ideas below but do not hesitate to contact us for new subjects!
We will schedule short informal presentations where you can show something cool you have built or learned.