Projects in the cloud
I believe research should always be reproducible, even if that translates to extra work for the authors/developers. That line of thinking lead me to learn about
docker. I have used it in the past to produce containers to freeze old versions of my package (e.g. see docker image for scMerge).
Some Google Cloud based workshops I have designed and administered are on the topics of
R, RStudio and Tidyverse. Which was hosted at Bioinformatics Summer 2019.
I also helped with the deployment of the following workshops at Bioinformatics Summer 2019:
Every workshop that I hosted come with a GitHub Page website. All scripts for running the workshop (except passwords) are stored in their respective GitHub repo.