Fwd: [bcc2020-org] BCC2020 Training Topic Voting is Open
If you think you might be likely to attend BCC 2020 in Toronto (that's BOSC + Galaxy Community Conference), please consider voting for the "Handling integrated biological data using Python, Jupyter, and InterMine" training session! :) They quite reasonably ask that you only vote if you think there's a decent chance of you attending, though. (Related - if you'd like to attend but funding is an issue, consider applying for an OBF travel fellowship by March 1: https://www.open-bio.org/travel-awards/ and/or check out ECRCentral's travel grants section https://ecrcentral.org/travel-grants )
The The Bioinformatics Community Conference (BCC2020),
will bring together the Galaxy Community Conference (GCC) and the
Bioinformatics Open Source Conference (BOSC) in Toronto, Canada in July
2020, following ISMB 2020 in Montréal. BCC2020 will start with a dedicated training day, followed by 3 days of mixed meeting and training events.
The community (you!) determines what training will be offered at BCC2020. Nominations from the community are now ready for review and voting. If you are possibly attending BCC2020 then please take a few minutes to review the nominations and then submit your ballot. Voting closes on February 21.
Thanks in advance for your input, and we hope to see you in Toronto,
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