Andrew Williams

Andrew Williams


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Training

Posted on 13 January 2017 by Andrew Williams

Did you know that ARCCA presents a series of training courses every year, ranging from getting started with Linux, all the way up to using parallel programming techniques to get the most out of Raven? In between these two extremes we have a number of courses on the general day-to-day use of Raven that will
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Developing Software

Posted on 25 April 2016 by Andrew Williams

The next ARCCA drop in session at the Queen’s buildings will be occuring this Thursday, the 28th April at 2pm in the Trevithick library room 1.15. This is up the stairs from the Trevithick reception, in through the main library entrance and straight ahead until you get to the study rooms on the left. The
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Drop-in Session Summary

Posted on 29 February 2016 by Andrew Williams

Many thanks to all the attendees who made last Thursday’s drop-in session at the Queen’s Buildings such an interesting discussion. After some initial battles with a VGA cable I was able to give a quick presentation about Rose, our workflow manager, prompting a good deal of interest and some penetrating questions. This was followed up
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Drop-in session at the Queen’s Buildings

Posted on 24 February 2016 by Andrew Williams

This Thursday (the 25th February), ARCCA will be holding a drop-in session in the Trevithick library room 1.15, from 2pm to 3.30pm. These drop-in sessions are an opportunity for the community to meet up with ARCCA in order to ask us questions, suggest ideas, or plead for help! As part of this initial session at
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Rose and Managing Workflows

Posted on 9 December 2015 by Andrew Williams

How would you like a tool that would allow you to: Write and maintain workflows more efficient and sophisticated than an existing job submission script. Create dependency trees of tasks that will run at the click of a button, with automatic optimisation so that multiple tasks may be run in parallel. Revision control your tasks
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