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Our next Research Software Camp will focus on exploring various aspects of mental health and wellbeing in research software, including causes of stress in research software, dealing with our inner critic through self-compassion, having difficult conversations, team culture, post-Covid hybrid working, isolation, and more. 
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Our autumn Research Software Camp will address approaches to wellbeing

Save the date! The autumn Research Software Camp will take place from 7 to 18 November 2022. This edition will explore the topic of mental health in research with a particular focus on research software. 
Do you have a research software challenge you would like to receive expert advice on? Come and ask an expert at the drop-in software surgery!
Welcome to the Research Software Camp: Next Steps in Coding! From today until the 27 May 2022, we'll focus on improving computational and training skills and exploring existing resources out there. 
The SSI is looking for workshop proposals, as part of the Research Software Camp: Next Steps in Coding, focussing on improving computational and training skills and exploring existing resources out there.
The survey of digital methods and software in the social sciences closed on 6th March 2022 and we received over 165 responses - thank you to everyone who took part.
Rebooting gone wrong! The first Software Horror Stories 10-minute episode is now available on the Code For Thought podcast.
The Software Sustainability Institute is looking for volunteers for our next Research Software Camp to mentor beginners who code in academia as part of our Learning to Code mentorship programme. Volunteers will ideally self-identify as Research Software Engineers, even if that’s not their current job title. 
The Research Software Alliance (ReSA) announces the six Founding Members of its international community.
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