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Describe days62 here.  = Sage Days 62: Women in Sage (5) = [[http://sagemath.org/Sage]] is a mathematics software package, developed by and for the mathematics community. It aims to become a viable alternative to commercial software packages on the basis of an opensource model. This will be a 4day workshop which will include a combination of mathematical talks, tutorials, demonstrations of Sage functionality as well as time spent on Sage development. We will focus on various aspects of computational number theory with the goal of increasing the number of women developers. Online applications due May 20th. [[https://docs.google.com/forms/d/113wkQ_s5gWOyNqvMlWYR0p69rOKuSkJ7o6irnsa8Ug/viewform?usp=send_formApply Here.]] == Projects == == Dates/Location == * July 28August 1, 2014 near Portland, Oregon at [[http://www.vacasarentals.com/unit.php?UnitID=11/The Lodge at Welches]] == Speakers == == Schedule == Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday == Getting Started == * [[http://wiki.sagemath.org/DownloadAndInstallationGuideInstalling Sage]] * [[http://trac.sagemath.org/sage_trac/Getting a Trac Account]] * [[http://wiki.sagemath.org/development_basicsDevelopment Basics]] * [[http://wiki.sagemath.org/problem_setsTutorials and Problem Sets]] * [[attachment:Patch How To]] * [[attachment:Reviewing Patches How To.rtf]] * [[attachment:Trac Ticket How To.rtf]] == Participants == == Other Info == * Organizers: Anna Haensch (MPIM/Duquesne), Lola Thompson (Oberlin) * Funding: Microsoft Research (via Kristin Lauter) and The Beatrice Yormark Fund for Women in Mathematics 
Sage Days 62: Women in Sage (5)
Sage is a mathematics software package, developed by and for the mathematics community. It aims to become a viable alternative to commercial software packages on the basis of an opensource model.
This will be a 4day workshop which will include a combination of mathematical talks, tutorials, demonstrations of Sage functionality as well as time spent on Sage development. We will focus on various aspects of computational number theory with the goal of increasing the number of women developers.
Online applications due May 20th. Apply Here.
Projects
Dates/Location
July 28August 1, 2014 near Portland, Oregon at The Lodge at Welches
Speakers
Schedule
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Getting Started
Participants
Other Info
 Organizers: Anna Haensch (MPIM/Duquesne), Lola Thompson (Oberlin)
 Funding: Microsoft Research (via Kristin Lauter) and The Beatrice Yormark Fund for Women in Mathematics