Presenters-0479

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CSDMS 2020 Webinars


Level Up! Your Scientific Coding: Object-Oriented Programming


Registration link: https://cuboulder.zoom.us/meeting/register/v5ctc-mtrjstS4eMdaipucoM_Bjxa7NLGg

Benjamin Campforts

Univ. of Colorado, INSTAAR, CSDMS, United States
benjamin.campforts@colorado.edu
Mark Piper Univ. of Colorado, INSTAAR, CSDMS United States


Abstract
Why is object-oriented programming important? We'll consider this from the perspective of a grad student starting a research project, a postdoc scrambling to publish papers, a researcher starting a collaboration, and a professor leading a group of students and postdocs. (15 min)


Where can you find good, reliable information on object-oriented programming? The internet is filled with content from others who have devoted their careers to this topic. We'll show you where we think are the best places to get more information. (5 min)

How does object-oriented programming work? We'll give a concrete demonstration of object-oriented programming in Python. Again, others have done this better, but seeing it in action may help you get a jump on using it yourself. (10 min)



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  • Terrestrial Working Group
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  • Hydrology Focus Research Group
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  • Geodynamics Focus Research Group
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  • Coastal Vulnerability Initiative
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