Do you write code for research or class? Do you sometimes get stuck? Are you just starting to learn how to code? Hosted by members of the U-M community, CoderSpaces are there for you to meet other coders and learn from your coder peers.
Participation is open to anyone interested in writing code for computational social science, data science, statistics, social science method, and engineering. Everyone is welcome regardless of skill or level of expertise. Bring a laptop and some coding work, or just come and hang out, socialize, and assist others.
Now through the end of April, there are three options each week:
- Tuesdays, 10-11:30 a.m., Institute for Social Research (ISR), Thompson Building, Room 1450, with PDHP data scientists Paul Schulz and Chen Chen. Add the Tuesday CoderSpaces to your Google calendar
- Wednesdays, 10-11:30 a.m., Institute for Social Research (ISR), Thompson Building, Room 6080, with ARC-TS/UMSI Research Data Scientist Armand Burks and SRC Research Assistant Professor Erin Ware. Add the Wednesday CoderSpaces event to your Google calendar
- Thursdays, 4:30-6 p.m., Institute for Social Research (ISR), Thompson Building, Room 1450, with CPS Research Faculty Yuki Shiraito and ISR Program Manager Jule Krüger. Add the Thursday CoderSpaces to your Google calendar