Washington Went Well

This post originally appeared on the Software Carpentry website.

Last week, we put on the largest Software Carpentry bootcamp ever at the University of Washington: three rooms, six instructors, ten helpers, and 93 students spent two days together learning about Python, Git, the Unix shell, and a bunch of other useful things. Many thanks to Prof. Bill Howe for making it all possible—we look forward to coming back soon.

Students in Class

Julia Teaching Git

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