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Open Data for Open Science 2011

Developers’ Training for Environmental Research: a Microsoft eScience Workshop

Developers Week for Environmental ResearchOpen Data for Open Science—Developers’ Training for Environmental Research was a two-day, hands-on workshop. Participants learned about the latest technologies from Microsoft that can help them productively share, access, consume, and present the environmental data that they use in their research. We introduced the Open Data Protocol (OData), an effective solution to data interoperability problems, and used it throughout the week.

Presentations and tutorials focused on the latest Microsoft technologies including:

Participants brought scenarios and problems that they have with their research data, interacted with Microsoft technologies and fellow workshop participants to develop solutions, and presented their solution designs at the workshop's conclusion.

Registration

Free registration was provided to the first 40 participants to register.

Dates and Venue
  • April 7–8, 2011
  • Microsoft Corporation
    Building 20

    3709 157th Ave. NE
    Redmond, WA 98052

Contact Us

To register or for additional information, send email to e3env@microsoft.com.