The Dartmouth community gathers together to share, teach and learn programming skills at Programming N'Pizza, a crowd-learning initiative led by the Dartmouth Library and Research Computing
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The first Programming N’ Pizza event happened on Sept. 28. I hope there are more. Soon after it started, all the chairs in Carson 61 were occupied by people with laptops. This was almost too much success — it made
Jianjun Hua, the Statistical Consultant from Educational Technologies and Chairperson of Dartmouth Area SAS Users Group (DASUG) invited Lisa Horwitz from SAS to present: A Long-Time SAS® Programmer Learns New Tricks Date and time: Friday, October 20, 2017 2:00 pm
Jianjun Hua, the Statistical Consultant in Educational Technologies, will teach “R Machine Learning I” workshop on October 6, 2-4 at Carson 61. From this workshop you will learn how to use R to conduct basic and commonly used “machine learning”, including
Register now! Research Computing’s Jianjun Hua will organize and host the following event: Join your colleagues and SAS experts for the DASUG meeting on Thursday, July 13, at Dartmouth College. You can network with local SAS users, boost your skills, and