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Teaching Science Gateways: A Workforce Development Strategy

By Marlon Pierce and Suresh Marru Overview of the Science Gateways Architecture Course We’ve come to appreciate the challenge of running a successful gateway over the last two decades. It can take a lot of work. You need someone to write software, someone to do integration work with third-party software and services, someone to operate services, someone to provide quality assurance, and lots of other tasks. As everyone probably knows, it is a challenge to hire people to do all...

Science Gateways Bootcamp: Enthusiastic Praise from Cohort Three

By Nayiri Mullinix  Each year, SGCI’s Incubator team offers two sessions of the popular Science Gateways Bootcamp. This year, we decided to take the week-long workshop on the road to make it more convenient for people from all around the country to attend. Designed to provide participants with a practical and essential toolkit for the evolution and growth of their science gateway projects, our first session of 2018 took place May 14-18 in Austin, TX, at the Texas Advanced Computing...

Case Study: Gateway Expertise When You Need It—Growing QUBES by Working with the Science Gateways Community Institute

In this case study presentation, we highlight the work that SGCI completed with the QUBES science gateway and illustrate how our services can support multiple aspects of a project. Specifically, we describe our hands-on consulting services (both  software development  and  usability evaluation ),  Science Gateways Bootcamp  training, inclusion in the  Gateway Catalog , the  Gateways conference series , and our  internship program , and how each...

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