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The Carpentries in New Zealand

Meet the NZ Regional Coordinator

News from the Library Carpentry Maintainer Community and Curriculum Advisory Committee

An update on Library Carpentry lesson development

Code of Conduct Documentation Revised for Transparency and Clarity

Collaboration and transparency: Keys to our improved Code of Conduct

Join Us at CarpentryConnect Manchester 2019!

Here's why you should attend #ccmcr19 from June 25 to 27, 2019.

Job Plans, Teams, and Projects!

Check out how The Carpentries team is supporting our community this quarter.

Sher! Transitions into new role: Workshop & Logistics Manager

Sher! Shares the News

Top 10 FAIR Data & Software Things

A two-day worldwide sprint held on 29-30 November 2018 to develop domain-relevant guides on FAIR.

Code of Conduct Documentation Open for Comments

Help inform our Code of Conduct Documentation. Attend the #CarpentriesConversation

Announcing Elizabeth as New Director of Membership

CarpentryConnect Johannesburg 2018: Building Bridges for Digital and Computational Literacy.

Building the local South African Carpentries community through a CarpentryConnect.

A Wrap-up from the African Task Force

What did the African Task Force Do in 2018 and what did we learn...

Traducción al español de Ecología con Python, una lección de Data Carpentry

Nos complace anunciar una nueva lección traducida por la comunidad: Análisis y visualización de datos usando Python

Jonah Leaving for New Role in New Zealand

Jonah is stepping down as Director of Membership and Technology

The Carpentries in the Classroom

Reflections on Holding a Carpentries-Inspired Workshop in my Library and Information Science (LIS) Class

Data Carpentry Python Ecology Lesson Translated into Spanish

We are excited to announce our newest community-driven lesson translation: Análisis y visualización de datos usando Python

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