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Fast continuous integration of Fenics applications in Travis CI using MiniConda.

The use of MiniConda allows me to use the container-based infrastructure of Travis that loads very quickly. Starts within seconds after git push and loads the Fenics environment within 2 minutes. See for details

https://travis-ci.org/mikaem/testtravis

I have set this up for fenicstools as well, and I think it could be very useful for other Fenics applications. The Fenics installation is very recent, less than a week old from master on bitbucket. The recipes for building Fenics with Conda suitable for Travis can be found on the conda-gcc branch on this fork from Juan Rodriguez' original fenics-recipes: https://github.com/mikaem/fenics-recipes/tree/conda-gcc



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FEniCS'16 Workshop will be held 18th-20th May 2016 at Centre for Biomedical Computing at Simula, Oslo, Norway. Keep an eye on http://www.fenicsproject.org for updates.

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FEniCS in Linux Containers poster is on Figshare (http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.1472955)

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Check out the Docker images at https://registry.hub.docker.com/repos/fenicsproject/ for running FEniCS inside Linux containers. Some starter instructions were posted to the mailing list at https://www.mail-archive.com/fenics@fenicsproject.org/msg02615.html.

FEniCS'15 Workshop will be held 29 June - 1 July at Imperial College London.

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Dear computational mathematicians, scientists and engineers,

Hypothetically, suppose you had a web-based scientific computing service at your disposal. You could send it a numerical problem, which it would solve efficiently and stream the results back to you. Further imagine that the communication both ways is in some pleasant and standard representation, allowing e.g. interactive visualization on your tablet or phone.

Are you working on a problem that you feel will benefit from the existence of such technology? Do you know colleagues that might?

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Check out notes from FEniCS developer's meeting on the mailing list and take part in the discussion. #fenicsnews
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