Are you an early career researcher in the Humanities and Social Sciences [the summer school is open to students from all diciplines] who want to use digital methods but not sure how to get started? This course is targeted at participants with very little prior experience with programming with the aim to improve your programming skills to a level that can benefit your research.
The aim of this workshop is to give an introduction to topics that go beyond the initial knowledge of reading and writing code. How do you design programs that are modular and reusable by others? How can libraries in different languages be used together? What are tools that can help in documenting and testing code? How can development and releases be managed in group projects with multiple authors and multiple users?
In a mixture of talks and many hands-on sessions we’ll try to address this next step. In the second half of the workshop, you will work in small groups on designing and writing a new project from scratch, giving you direct experience of having to rely on other people’s code.
Please find more information and register on the event page. Deadline for registration is on 14th of April 2023.