Sahana EdenVirtual Sahana Technical Training

The Virtual Sahana Technical Training was designed for software developers to learn how to begin contributing code to Sahana Eden based solutions that support disaster management, emergency management and other humanitarian organizations. The training introduces the technologies that Sahana Eden uses, describes the architecture of the Sahana Eden codebase; identifies the steps to install a Sahana developer’s environment; explains how to share code on Git; and provides information on where more information about the code can be found and how to communicate effectively with the Sahana community.

The program is planned for 90 minutes of instruction followed by 30 minutes for questions and answers.  All sessions will be recorded and training materials will be available on this page for those unable to attend the live sessions.

These trainings will be scheduled to best engage new volunteers in support of planned Sahana project activities and events.

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Training #4 – December 14, 2014 @ 1600 UTC

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Training #3 – March 15, 2014 @ 1500 UTC

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Training #2 – November 23, 2013 @ 17:00 UTC

The second of these virtual trainings was held on Saturday, November 23rd at 17:00 UTC (noon EST).  This training was scheduled to best support participants who wish to complete coding tasks in the 2013 Google Code-In.  But anyone interested was welcome.

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Training #1 – September 30, 2013 @ 23:30 UTC

The first of these virtual trainings was held on Monday, September 30th, at 7:30 PM Eastern Daylight Time (23:30 UTC).  This training was scheduled to support new volunteers who wished to contribute to the NYC Prepared Project for New York’s Long Term Recovery Groups as well as participants  in the Grace Hopper Open Source Day.  But anyone interested is welcome.

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