HPC and Samoan Fire Knife Dancing, What Could Go Wrong?

Ben Glick shares a rich undergraduate experience that ranges from building an HPC system to dancing with fire.

Posted by @vsoch · 1 min read

16 January 2020

For this second episode of the new year, we interview Ben Glick, our first undergraduate guest on RSE Stories. Ben shares his experience of setting up an HPC cluster at Lewis and Clark College, and some of his thoughts on research software engineering. If you think software is risky, wait until you hear about Samoan Fire Knife Dancing!

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RSE Phenotype

Ben Glick created an RSE Phenotype, a simple plot to show the dimensions that help to define their work, and the communities they are defined for using the RSE Phenotype Generator