A Flash (well, MP4) from the Past

This post originally appeared on the Software Carpentry website.

In July 2009, we held a one-day symposium on open science at the University of Toronto. I recently uploaded video from those talks to YouTube; the audio is a bit shaky, but I hope they're useful despite that. The talks are linked below.

Titus Brown: Choosing Infrastructure and Testing Tools for Scientific Software Projects

Cameron Neylon: A Web Native Research Record: Applying the Best of the Web to the Lab Notebook

Michael Nielsen: Doing Science in the Open: How Online Tools are Changing Scientific Discovery

David Rich: Using 'Desktop' Languages for Big Problems

Victoria Stodden: How Computational Science is Changing the Scientific Method

Jon Udell: Collaborative Curation of Public Events

Greg Wilson: Opening Remarks

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