University College London
Dr David Pérez-Suárez works at UCL as a Senior Research Software Developer at Research IT Services. He is a Solar Physicists that has been obsessed with software sustainability since he remembers. This is why he became an instructor and recently a trainer of the Carpentries, an international community that teaches foundational coding and data science skills to researchers worldwide. David is also an advocate of all the fronts of open science (open access, open referee, open source software) and he's involved on other communities like Open Astronomy and the Software Sustainability Institute.
All Sessions by David Pérez-Suárez
Breakout Group 2: Software Carpentry TasterRoom 731, 7th Floor, IOE Building
Software Carpentry teaches researchers the computing skills they need to get more done in less time and with less pain. A web of volunteer instructors that have been trained into good teaching practices run workshops worldwide mostly to young researchers, but they are available to all. In this mini-workshop, we will run a quick overview of a two-day workshop. You are encouraged to bring your laptops with you already set up with the tools needed*, if you don't succeed to do so before we will give you access to an online environment for you to be able to participate. * You can follow the instructions from our last workshop: http://rits.github-pages.ucl.ac.uk/2019-04-08-UCL_software_carpentry/