Your future career in scientific computing
This course is the starting point. What comes next?
Don’t go alone
There is too much for anyone to learn directly
Form networks with your colleagues, help and learn from each other.
Academic courses teach you theory, but usually are not teaching complexities of applying it in practice.
Aalto: daily garage: https://scicomp.aalto.fi/help/garage/
Ask us any question about Triton or scientific computing.
AaltoSciComp chat: https://scicomp.aalto.fi/help/chat/
Chat is not good for long questions; we may direct you to the issue tracker.
But it is great for “does anyone else have this problem”
Please help each other
In the future, we want to form user groups
We have very little time to organize this, if someone else helps, that would be great.
There are lots of other courses to take.
Intensive workshop in tools you need to do scientific computing.
Version control (git), testing, modular code, etc.
Not about programming, but what you need to do programming/scripting/data analysis well.
Research software hour: https://researchsoftwarehour.github.io
“Web show” on assorted topics related to scientific computing
Informal and unplanned
Hands-on Scientific Computing: https://hands-on.coderefinery.org
Online course (more like a roadmap) of the most important untaught skills.
Get one or two credits.
Aalto Research Software Engineer service
Do you really not want to spend your time on making it run on a cluster? That’s fine.
Do you want someone to help you with porting, optimizing, or releasing software?
The Aalto Research Software Engineer service can help!
You can focus on your work and get professional support for implementing these computing tasks.
Currently available for free in the School of Science. Status of others unknown.
Read more from its page: https://scicomp.aalto.fi/rse/