Are there reports and publications about your work?
Here is a selected list of items that directly address the work and value of Software and Data Carpentry.
- Jorge Aranda: "Software Carpentry Assessment Report", July 2012.
- Beth Duckles: "Value of Software Carpentry to Instructors", 2016.
- Beth Duckles: "Non-Teaching Instructor Report", 2016.
- Jo Erskine Hannay, Hans Petter Langtangen, Carolyn MacLeod, Dietmar Pfahl, Janice Singer, and Greg Wilson: "How Do Scientists Develop and Use Scientific Software?" Proc. 2009 ICSE Workshop on Software Engineering for Computational Science and Engineering, 2009.
- Julie Libarkin: "Software Carpentry Workshop Evaluation", June 2012.
- Marian Petre and Greg Wilson: "Code Review For and By Scientists" Proc. 2nd Workshop on Sustainable Software for Science: Practice and Experience, 2014.
- Jory Schossau and Greg Wilson: "Which Sustainable Software Practices Do Scientists Find Most Useful?" Proc. 2nd Workshop on Sustainable Software for Science: Practice and Experience, 2014.
- Ashley Shade and Tracy K. Teal: "Computing Workflows for Biologists: A Roadmap" PLoS Biology, 2015.
- Alexandra Simperler and Greg Wilson "Software Carpentry: Get More Done in Less Time" 2015.
- Tracy K. Teal, Karen A. Cranston, Hilmar Lapp, Ethan White, Greg Wilson, Karthik Ram, and Aleksandra Pawlik: "Data Carpentry: Workshops to Increase Data Literacy for Researchers" International Journal of Digital Curation, 2015.
- Greg Wilson, D. A. Aruliah, C. Titus Brown, Neil P. Chue Hong, Matt Davis, Richard T. Guy, Steven H. D. Haddock, Kathryn D. Huff, Ian M. Mitchell, Mark D. Plumbley, Ben Waugh, Ethan P. White, and Paul Wilson: "Best Practices for Scientific Computing" PLoS Biology, 2014.
- Greg Wilson: "Software Carpentry: Lessons Learned" F1000 Research, 2014.