CaBIG Users and Developers Meet and Swap Tool-Building Experiences as Network Grows | GenomeWeb
WASHINGTON — As the National Cancer Institute’s Cancer Biomedical Informatics Grid leaves infancy behind, users and developers taking part in the annual caBIG meeting here this week shared frank experiences about the technical challenges of adapting legacy tools to the caBIG infrastructure, and described an evolving culture as users and developers explore software engineering routes toward best practices, including new ways of doing business.

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