Can data help tell the story of a team? And how, by understanding its story, can a team become better at foreseeing its future?
Over the past year, we’ve been moving most of our projects away from Jira, in favor of GitHub issues. This blog post will go over the reasons why and lessons we learnt along the way.
Today we are introducing Overture, our collection of open, composable and extendable components for data science in the cloud.
More than 3 years into the project, it's a good time to reflect on our procurement strategy for the Cancer Genome Collaboratory, with a focus on the Storage infrastructure.
Agile is at the heart of project management methodologies within our software engineering team. While trying our best to follow the Agile principles, we frequently adjust tools, workflows, methodologies in an effort to deliver better software, more efficiently. Understanding the team’s velocity in this evolving context is key to assess remaining effort and guesstimate completion dates.
OICR being a research institute, a portion of the team, in particular those of us more on the science side, is used to Academic Publishing and its related conventions such as Academic Authorship. It was not long before we were asked for supporting multiple authors in a blog post.
The team has been contributing to a Whitepaper on OpenStack for Scientific Research. It went live today.
Welcome to our blog, welcome to our world. We are a team of software engineers, infrastructure specialists and bioinformaticians building infrastructures and tools used by cancer researchers around the world.