The nf-core hackathon in July this year will be fully virtual, so you can contribute to nf-core and get your pipeline started from the comfort of your homes.
Join us to get help and guidance for writing your own Nextflow pipelines using the best practice guidelines implemented by the nf-core community or contribute to existing pipelines and advancing the current infrastructure. This will be a very informal event and it's great for learning, sharing ideas and solving issues intensively.
Please register to the nf-core hackathon through this google form: https://forms.gle/qo3USZuK2LDJAqHS9
To register for the Nextflow workshop held during the same dates, please refer to the DKFZ portal. Places are limited for the Nextflow workshop.
The Hackathon will be held on the same dates as a parallel Nextflow workshop.
Every day at 13:00 CEST there will be a webinar followed by a Q+A session. After this, a catch-up of the hackathon progress will be held.
The presentations held each day will be as follows:
- Monday - Introduction to nf-core, tutorial on how to run pipelines
- Tuesday - Feature: nf-core pipelines for common data types
- Wednesday - Data management solutions by Elin Kronander
- Thursday - Tutorial on nf-core tools and guidelines
- Friday - Future directions: Nextflow DSL2 and nf-core modules
A remote Pub Quiz will be held on Thursday 17:00-19:00 CEST.
Below is the full schedule. All times are indicated in CEST.
|09:00 - 12:00||Hack!||Hack!||Hack!||Hack!|
|13:00 - 14:00||Introduction to nf-core||Featured nf-core pipelines||Data management solutions||nf-core tools & guidelines||DSL2 & modules in nf-core|
|14:00 - 14:30||Hackathon start||Daily wrap-up||Daily wrap-up||Daily wrap-up||Daily wrap-up|
|14:30 - 17:00||Hack!||Hack!||Hack!||Hack!||Hack!|
|17:00 - 19:00||Remote Pub Quiz|
To participate, all you need is a computer with an internet connection. Presentations will be run using Zoom and live-streamed to YouTube, where they will be also be available afterwards. Discussion and collaboration will be handled in dedicated channels in the nf-core Slack organisation.
Relevant links will be emailed to participants ahead of the event. For more details or if you have questions, please post a message in the nf-core Slack. See https://nf-co.re/join for information on how to join.
All nf-core code is open source with the MIT licence and available on GitHub: https://github.com/nf-core
This event is being organised by the nf-core core team.