I am happy to announce that Seven Bridges has renewed their support of my work as the Community Engineer for the Common Workflow Language project through the end of March 2017. Additionally, I am no longer working for the University of California, Davis but am now an independent researcher. Big thanks go to my now-previous boss, C. Titus Brown, for an incredible, life-changing three years as a Research Software Enginner first at Michigan State University and then at the University of California, Davis.
Recently I created a private mailing list for discussion of sensitive matters relating to the CWL project. Only topics not appropriate for the public mailing list are discussed here, otherwise some other public medium should be used. So far only one topic has been discussed: options for my post-UC Davis employment.
Hello everyone. It has been a while since my last update. Here is what has been happening in the CWL world since I began full time work for the project.
A hackathon bringing together developers from the ELIXIR Tools & Data Services Registry, Galaxy, Taverna, Arvados, CWL, ReGaTE and EDAM ontology, with Galaxy instance providers from ELIXIR and beyond, to promote collaboration and technical developments will take place on 18-20 May 2016 at the Institut Pasteur in Paris. Further details to follow.
This is the third weekly update on what I’ve been doing for the CWL; it covers the week of 2015-11-05.
This is the second weekly update on what I’ve been doing for the CWL; it covers the week of 2015-10-26.
Hello! Here is the first weekly update on what I’ve been doing for the CWL covering the week of 2015-10-19, and a couple days before.
Hello, world! My name is Michael R. Crusoe; I’m a Research Software Engineer in C. Titus Brown’s laboratory for Data Intensive Biology at the University of California, Davis in the department of Population Health and Reproduction. This blog will be my primary communication outlet for my work with the Common Workflow Language project.