Author Archives: Nick Barnes

Welcome Jeremy Wang

This guest post is written by Jeremy Wang, one of our Google Summer of Code students for 2012. I am a PhD student in the Computer Science Department at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. My primary research … Continue reading

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Google Summer of Code 2012 update

The Climate Code Foundation is taking part in the Google Summer of Code (GSoC) again this year. GSoC is a program in which Google sponsors students who contribute to open-source software projects. Each student works full-time for three months (late … Continue reading

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Climate Informatics workshop

Apologies for the enormous delay in writing this post.  There is a massive backlog, and I am intending to write one post every day until it’s cleared. On 2011-08-26 I attended the First International Workshop on Climate Informatics, in New … Continue reading

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Student Internships

Are you a student? And a programmer? Do you want to work for three months this summer, paid by Google, mentored by experts, writing code to help climate science? The Climate Code Foundation has been selected as a mentoring organization … Continue reading

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Presentations

Here is a table of recent presentations I have given about the Climate Code Foundation: Date Location Occasion Slides 2011-08-29 Google offices, New York City Invited talk

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Google Summer of Code 2012

At the Climate Code Foundation we are hoping to take part in this year’s Google Summer of Code (GSoC). GSoC is a program in which Google sponsors students who contribute to open-source software projects. Each student works full-time for three … Continue reading

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Activity and Status

It’s been some months since we updated this blog. My apologies for that. Here’s a quick summary of our recent activities. I hope to make a quick series of blog posts over the next week or two describing some of … Continue reading

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Science Code Manifesto

I am pleased to announce the launch of the Science Code Manifesto, laying out general principles of publication for science software. Please read the manifesto, endorse it if you agree, then come back here to discuss it. This issue isn’t … Continue reading

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Royal Society submission

The Royal Society is conducting a policy study entitled “Science as a Public Enterprise”, and called for submissions from the public. The Climate Code Foundation made the following submission in August, (and I just realised that I never posted it … Continue reading

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Homogenization report

This guest post is written by Daniel Rothenberg, who worked all summer on homogenization code, thanks to the excellent Google Summer of Code. This is his third post, here are the first and second. As you may recall, I spent … Continue reading

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