Hey Matt, I can help out as well, either as a helper or potentially leading a dplyr/ggplot lesson Tuesday afternoon.
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Thanks for your replies on and off list. Currently the schedule and staffing looks like:
Monday 22nd am (shell): Miao instructing,
Monday 22nd pm (intro R): Kristina instructing
Tuesday 23rd am (Git): Brian instructing
Tuesday 23rd pm (SQL & wrapup): Matt if needed, still available for volunteers
Available helpers: Hao, Ellen
As always the SQL section is negotiable and could be replaced with more R (ie dplyr) if there was more interest from instructors in teaching that.
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I'm available as a helper for any sections that aren't SQL, but would prefer only a half-day slot unless you really need ppl.
Registration is now open for the January 22-23 Software Carpentry workshop:
We are also looking for at least one additional instructor and one additional helper, preferably for R. Miao and Brian are already teaching.
Please advertise this widely. Some suggested text:
The UF Carpentries Club, Informatics Institute, Biodiversity Institute, and the Marston Science Library are combining to put on Software and Data Carpentry workshops this spring. Come and get your spring semester off to a great start by learning the tools you need to succeed! Our first workshop is a 2-day Software Carpentry teaching R to be held January 22-23.
These workshops fill up fast so if you're interested, register today!
This two day workshop will help the UF community get started learning R and common software development tools such as the Unix shell, SQL, and Git. Need to learn some programming for a class? Want to collaborate effectively with your peers? This is the workshop for you.
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