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Tuesday, September 25 • 1:30pm - 5:00pm
From Linux Desktop Tools to Jupyter Notebooks to web-based widgets: Deploying your application on the HUBzero Platform (3 hours)

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Anyone can deploy their unique application on the Hubzero platform - ranging from a novice programmer to a research scientist, to a seasoned software engineer, and everyone in-between. On a Hub, a single instance of the Hubzero science gateway framework, users have access to previously created simulation tools via a modern web browser. Many users throughout the world are developing tools for plant phenotyping, geospatial simulation, nanotechnology, cancer research, among other research focused fields. Like the broad range of potential application developers, Hubzero, i.e. Hubs, have the ability to provide a range of methods to publish an application as well, and it is the goal of this tutorial is to provide the knowledge to “get started” creating an application on the platform.
- Recommended Skill Level: All levels with software programming experience
- Prerequisites:
• Required: Modern Firefox or Chrome browser, Linux Environment, Linux terminal, SVN or GIT repositories.
• Recommended: Your favorite programming language, Linux system troubleshooting skills, Makefiles.
• Optional: Submitting jobs to HPC clusters, package vs. manual installations. Tutorial will become progressively more advanced during the allotted time.

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Tuesday September 25, 2018 1:30pm - 5:00pm CDT
TACC Training room 1.900 Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC), Advanced Computing Building (ACB), J.J. Pickle Research Campus, Building 205, 10100 Burnet Rd, Austin, TX 78758

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