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 ==== Frequently Asked Questions ==== ==== Frequently Asked Questions ====
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 We are looking for students who are programming almost every day, can find a solution to the coding problems they bump into, but have the clear feeling that there must be a better, more efficient, way of doing things. You don't dare to call yourself a programmer because you taught yourself how to program in a learning-by-doing fashion? You know that if you could have one week full-time dedicated to learning best practices you could significantly improve the quality and the efficiency of your coding efforts? You would like to become more confident in programming so that you can help your fellow students/​colleagues to improve their programming?​ You only got a simple introduction to C/​Java/​Python/​Fortran in your curricular studies that did not include any practical experience in developing software? Someone told you that women are not good at programming and you feel that this does not make any sense? You are the perfect candidate for this school. This, plus re-reading the [[start|school description]] should give you a clear idea of what kind of audience we designed the school for.  We are looking for students who are programming almost every day, can find a solution to the coding problems they bump into, but have the clear feeling that there must be a better, more efficient, way of doing things. You don't dare to call yourself a programmer because you taught yourself how to program in a learning-by-doing fashion? You know that if you could have one week full-time dedicated to learning best practices you could significantly improve the quality and the efficiency of your coding efforts? You would like to become more confident in programming so that you can help your fellow students/​colleagues to improve their programming?​ You only got a simple introduction to C/​Java/​Python/​Fortran in your curricular studies that did not include any practical experience in developing software? Someone told you that women are not good at programming and you feel that this does not make any sense? You are the perfect candidate for this school. This, plus re-reading the [[start|school description]] should give you a clear idea of what kind of audience we designed the school for. 
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-<panel title="​Do students get ECTS points for participation?">​Unfortunately no. ECTS points are issued by universities,​ and in particular by the university hosting the summer school. ​This year our hosting institution ​is not a university, so there is no one who could issue ECTS points ​:-(+<panel title="​Do students get ECTS points for participation?">​Yes!!! ​ECTS points are issued by universities,​ and in particular by the university hosting the summer school. ​The University of Camerino ​is going to assign 6 ECTS to participants ​who request it :)
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