The Software Engineering Support Centre (SESC) held an introductory Workshop on 7th Ocobter to introduce the Centre and its activities to the community. A small group of about 20 gathered at the STFC Rutherford Appleton to hear and discuss are variety of presentations on SESC and its activities.
- What is SESC Chris Greenough slides
- Source Code Repositories and Version Control Alan Kyffin slides
- What CCPForge does Gemma Poulter slides
- Using CCPForge Gemma Poulter slides
- Experiences of CCPForge (Guests)
- Analysis tools Chris Greenough slides
The purpose of the Guest Presentations was to give a real view of using CCPForge and its tools in individual development and distribution projects. We were joined by Dr Sarah Al-Assam (Oxford), Dr Jonathan Hogg (RAL) and Prof Keith Refson (Royal Holloway). They each made a short presentation on their experiences of CCPForge and the support they recieved from SESC.
The final session of the meeting was given over to a discussoin on future meetings and the requirements of the projects represented at the meeting. A number of subjects for future workshops were indentified:
- Using modulariations
- Documentation tools: Doygen, RoboDoc, DocBook
- Using object oriented programming
- The process of debugging code
SESC will be running further workshops over the next few months in which we may feature some of these subjects.
The Software Engineering Support Centre (SESC) is a five-year EPSRC-funded programme to support good software development approaches in computaional science and to help those developing scientific software to produce better quality software. CCPForge (http://ccpforge.cse.rl.ac.uk) is a collaborative development environment, originally for the Collaborative Computational Projects (CCP) community but now it has now broaden it scope to all UK computational research and development projects and their collaborators.
If you need information on the SESC Workshop contact: Alan Kyffin (Tel:01235 445953, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ).