By Mark Woodbridge, Research Software Engineer group lead at Imperial College London.
This is the second in a series of posts describing activities funded by our RSE Cloud Computing Award. We are exploring the use of selected Microsoft Azure services to accelerate the delivery of RSE projects via a cloud-first approach.
By Mark Woodbridge, Research Software Engineering Team Lead
By Caroline Jay, University of Manchester, Albert Solernou, University of Leeds, and Mark Woodbridge, Imperial College London
By Mark Woodbridge, software developer, Bioinformatics Support Service, Imperial College London.
This is the first article in a new series called a day in the software life. In this series, we will be asking researchers from all disciplines to discuss the tools that make their research possible.
I'm a research software engineer developing tools to help life scientists organise, analyse and share their data. This is a varied and…
By Mark Woodbridge, Bioinformatics Support Service, Imperial College London.
This year will mark my tenth anniversary as a software developer, most of which I have spent in academia. I started out developing a web application in Java using Eclipse on Linux. This much hasn’t changed, despite the rise of Android, NoSQL, HTML5, DVCS and many other technologies and tools. Neither have the basic principles of software architecture, testing, and usability. So I’m lucky that I was encouraged to pick up good habits at the start of my career.
But there have been other invariants…