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Hadley Wickham will be teaching in the Bay Area

From: Joseph R.
Sent on: Thursday, October 31, 2013 4:46 PM


Subject: 20% off Hadley's Master R Developer Workshop: SF Dec 16-17

Hello Bay Area useR Group!

Hadley Wickham, creator of many famous packages like ggplot2, is back and will be teaching his Master R Developer Workshop this December in the Bay Area! Since this is such a popular event, we want to make sure it is as widely accessible to R users as possible. And because we love the Bay Area useR Group, we're offering 20% off the workshop price! We also have limited discounts for students (66% off) and academics (33% off). If you fit this profile, contact me via email.

To sign up and for details on the workshop, use the link below. We encourage you to share this with friends and colleagues who might also want to attend:

20% Off the December Workshop -

  • Advanced R Programming Dec 16. Millbrae, CA
  • Package Development Dec 17. Millbrae, CA

ADVANCED R PROGRAMMING will help you write better code, by focussing on the mantra of "do not repeat yourself". You will learn powerful new tools of abstraction, allowing you to solve a wider range of problems with fewer lines of code.

PACKAGE DEVELOPMENT will teach you how to make packages, the fundamental unit of code distribution in R, allowing others to save time by allowing them to use your code. We focus on tools (devtools, roxygen2, testthat) designed to make package development as easy as possible.
At RStudio, our courses incorporate a mix of lectures and hands-on learning. Expect to learn about a topic and then immediately put it into practice with a small example. Plenty of help will be available if you get stuck.

Contact me with any questions and looking forward to seeing you this December!

--Josh Paulson

Product Manager - RStudio
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