Blog from July, 2012

An abbreviated (but still information-packed) version of the 2012 XNAT Workshop is going to be delivered in Munich on September 13-14, immediately following this year's INCF Neuroinformatics conference. There will be no cost for attendees, and registration is now available

You can see the working agenda here, to see how much XNAT 1.6 goodness can be packed into a two-day span. The answer? A lot. 

Video production in progress

We've had a few emails come in asking about videos of our Workshop talks. The good news is, we're working on it. The bad news is that our first three sessions didn't get recorded, so we're having to re-stage them. 

Because most of the workshop was intended to be hands-on, we are editing the talks down to shorter snippets that we can also use in our XNAT 1.6 Documentation. Hopefully, you all will find this useful as well, so that instead of clicking a link to start a two-hour video, you can select from a series of 10-15 minute clips. Here are three examples from our developer workshop: 

As we complete our video production, this site will receive a face-lift to call attention to the video archive.