CFAR Participant Handbook now available to all

Google Drive PDF

Hey, guys—I wrote this, and CFAR has re­cently de­cided to make it pub­li­cly available. Much of it in­volved rewrit­ing the origi­nal work of oth­ers, such as Anna Sala­mon, Ken­zie Ashkie, Val Smith, Dan Keys, and other in­fluen­tial CFAR founders and staff, but the ac­tual con­tent was filtered through me as sin­gle au­thor as part of get­ting ev­ery­thing into a con­sis­tent and co­her­ent shape.

I have mild in­ten­tions to up­date it in the fu­ture with a hand­ful of other new chap­ters that were on the list, but which didn’t get writ­ten be­fore CFAR let me go. Note that such up­dates will likely not be cur­rent-CFAR-ap­proved, but will still de­rive di­rectly from my un­der­stand­ing of the cur­ricu­lum as former Cur­ricu­lum Direc­tor.