Code Clinics are fortnightly support sessions run by the RSE team (which is supported by the Department of Computer Science and IT Services) and IT Services’ Research IT and support team. They are open to anyone at TUOS writing code for research to get help with programming problems and general advice on best practice.
At each session, members of the RSE and/or Research IT and support teams will be available to review code, advise, troubleshoot and suggest ways to improve your computational workflows.
A Google Meet link will be provided in the Google Calendar invite issued when you book a clinic.
We can help!
Every second Wednesday (13:30 - 15:30).
Clinic sessions are split into 3 half-hourly slots, bookable for consultation.
Note that slots can only be booked 48 hours or more before the scheduled time.
We will always try and help as best as possible. The overarching aim of the sessions is to better equip you to solve your own computational problems. This may include directing you to relevant documentation, appropriate online forums and resources, relevant upcoming training sessions, etc.
If you cannot attend the session, please give a No response on the calendar invite and email the code clinic helpers at
email@example.com so we can proceed to remove your booking from the system to cancel your session
and free it up for someone else.
In the first instance please contact the helper assigned to your request (see your Google Calendar appointment event for details) or if a helper hasn’t been assigned yet please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please do not reply directly to auto-generated emails received after booking a Code Clinic session - the associated mailbox is not monitored.
If you would like to get involved as a helper, please contact email@example.com.
For queries relating to collaborating with the RSE team on projects: firstname.lastname@example.org
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