Please see this exciting opportunity from Harvard Library below:
Harvard Library is hosting a 24-hour hackathon! It’s free and open to everyone – not just coders – so mark your calendars for March 29th and 30th, and sign up with your friends. Our goal is to develop a new search engine for research in the humanities based on a technique called concept search.
We'd like to announce that RCS will start to utilize Saba, or the Harvard Training Portal. This change is due to Saba's ease of self-registration, the ability to consolidate all research computing training across the university, and the convenience of tracking the history of previous courses.
The Portal also features trainings from the Center for Workforce Development, Lynda.com, and the IT Academy. Please note that the Portal is only accessible to current members of the Harvard community.
If you've recently requested a grid account, we'd like to remind you that compute training attendance is mandatory within the first two months of account creation. NOTE: If you are a guest collaborator on the grid, please keep expect to see an invitation for a training webinar in the coming weeks. The training will cover integrated technologies of the grid, job information/control, and choosing resources efficiently. Please email us if you are able to attend any of the hour long sessions below:
In partnership with Harvard IQSS, these hands-on workshops are offered to help researchers improve both organizational and analytical skills, and produce quality work. The workshops are free and are open to all Harvard and MIT affiliates. They will be held at Harvard main campus, on 1737 Cambridge Street - CGIS Knafel Building in Room K018. For more information or to register, click on the links below (registration is required).
HBS SAS Training We are excited to announce that SAS will be joining HBS for several days of hands-on training on Janurary 17 - 19, 2018. Topics will include an introduction to the command line, SAS SQL, and Enterprise Guide. The training is open to HBS faculty and researchers. As registration is capped at 25 participants per session, please register now at: http://training.rcs.hbs.org/sas-workshop-...
Our training schedule is on hiatus for the summer, but we are currently planning for Fall 2017 training sessions. We may be repeating the lineup from this past Spring training series (in partnership with IQSS), which included presentations on Unix, Database Management, R, Version Control, Git, Stata, and several others. We are also considering additional vendor training, and inviting representatives from Stata and/or Matlab to hold workshops at HBS.
If you have any suggestions/interests regarding training opportunities,...