CodeRefinery online workshop

Join us at our CodeRefinery workshop May 10-12 and 18-20, 9:00-12:30 CEST, via Zoom or Twitch!

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How to join?

Active participation via Zoom (registration required)

If you want to work on exercises together with your colleagues or peers, you can choose to join as a learner or a helper, individually or as a part of a team: 

  1. Solo learner: You will join in exercise sessions in Zoom breakout room together with other participants and an exercise leader.  
  2. Individual exercise leader: You will be assigned to one of the breakout rooms during exercise sessions where you will work on the exercises together with solo learners. You should have some familiarity with git, provide some initial advice on obvious error messages, and be able to call us for advanced help when it’s needed. There will be onboarding sessions.
  3. Participation as a team : You may register as a team including 1-2 participants that could act as exercise leader. Then your team will be kept together during exercise sessions within a breakout room. If you come together with your friends or research group, you will be able to learn a lot more.    

Capacities are limited for solo learners depending on the number of individual exercise leaders. For more information, please refer to the workshop website.  

Watching the workshop via streaming by 

If you are curious about the workshop content but not sure if you want to actively work on exercises together with others for all the 6 days? You are welcome to follow the stream by at No registration is required.


Please go to the workshop website, read information well, and register from there.

For solo learners, we encourage you to sign-up before the 26th April due to potentially limited capacity. Team registration is most recommended. 


If there are practical questions related to this workshop, feel free to ask us via email to

If you have questions regarding lesson contents and setups, please ask Sabry Razick at USIT via email to


Tags: CodeRefinery, Workshop, Git, Open Science, programmering
Published Apr. 16, 2021 10:23 AM - Last modified July 2, 2021 10:32 AM