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HIFIS Software Services' mission is to empower scientists of any domain to implement and to perpetuate modern scientific software development principles in order to make research software engineering more sustainable.

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27. Jan. 21 Hacky-hour virtual

Helmholtz Hacky Hour #20

Why don't you share your source code? Concerns about and solutions for common problems with code sharing.

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10. Feb. 21 Hacky-hour virtual

Helmholtz Hacky Hour #21

Project organization for software development in research Important but often neglected in research -> project organization in software development

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24. Feb. 21 Hacky-hour virtual

Helmholtz Hacky Hour #22

What could go wrong? Horror Stories in (collaborative) scientific computation The moment they realized their work of the past years was almost wasted. …

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10. Mar. 21 Hacky-hour virtual

Helmholtz Hacky Hour #23

How to select the right tools in software development? How to avoid not to get lost inside multiple tools available when choosing for software develop …

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24. Mar. 21 Hacky-hour virtual

Helmholtz Hacky Hour #24

My preferred data visualization tools There are hundreds of libraries and tools to solve that, but which one is the best?

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07. Apr. 21 Hacky-hour virtual

Helmholtz Hacky Hour #25

Helmholtz services that can assist you in research software development These tools might make your daily work easier...

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21. Apr. 21 Hacky-hour virtual

Helmholtz Hacky Hour #26

Automation in research software development Automation as one of the keys towards reproducible research.

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05. May. 21 Hacky-hour virtual

Helmholtz Hacky Hour #27

Rewriting code for another system / programming language TBA

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19. May. 21 Hacky-hour virtual

Helmholtz Hacky Hour #28

Pitfalls in data visualization Why people don't understand exponential growth and what color it has.

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02. Jun. 21 Hacky-hour virtual

Helmholtz Hacky Hour #29

Time and quality in research software development - a toxic relationship TBA

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16. Jun. 21 Hacky-hour virtual

Helmholtz Hacky Hour #30

Working effectively with bad or old code When the code is older than the programmer and your research depends on a cryptic combination of characters…

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30. Jun. 21 Hacky-hour virtual

Helmholtz Hacky Hour #31

When to parallelize your software It is running for three hours while only doing simple calculations...

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14. Jul. 21 Hacky-hour virtual

Helmholtz Hacky Hour #32

Tools for handling (parametric) 3D-models Plotting in 2D is nice, but sometimes it is simply not enough.

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