invite you to join us this winter for the second Apollo Developers Hackathon in La Jolla, California.
For three days developers will work on new features of interest to their research communities, will be able to improve on existent Apollo & JBrowse features, and will collaborate in the development of features of interest to other colleagues.
- be able to set up your own Apollo server before arriving to Berkeley; including Postgres, Tomcat, etc.
What will we do at the hackathon?:
The plan is still brewing, but we have a few ideas:
- New tracks for visualization of variant data. We want interactive tracks, and tracks that aggregate many data at once. Including exploration of synergies with with the myvariant.info tool.
Mentorship Matters! -- Monica Munoz-Torres, PhD. Berkeley Bioinformatics Open-source Projects (BBOP) Environmental Genomics and Systems Biology Division
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
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