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A Code Retreat brings small communities of practice together to explore, learn and grow. We invite all Cloud-SPAN Genomics Alumni to this free and supported half day event for you to focus in small groups on the skills covered in the Cloud-SPAN Genomics course away from the normal pressures of the office
Cloud-SPAN Genomics Alumni join us for a Code Retreat!
The next Code Retreat will take place at the University of York at 10:00-14:30 on the 6th July . Our instructors will be on hand to help you problem-solve the issues that arise as you work. Lunch will be provided and funding is available to support travel to the Code Retreat.
Genomics Alumni contact email@example.com to register and invitations will be distributed shortly.
What could you achieve?
Working with your peers and with help from our instructors, you could:
Get help organising and documenting your own analysis
Apply tools taught in Genomics to your own data
Get help with Creating your own Amazon Web Services instance for Genomics
Network with other genomics researchers
Attendees should have completed the Genomics course
Attendees will need to bring their own laptop to this event