Latest version published on 28 April, 2022.Rachael Ainsworth, SSI Community Manager, share some highlights from the four-day virtual event.
Latest version published on 21 April, 2022.The SciCodes Consortium brings together editors and maintainers of academic discipline and institutional software registries and repositories.
Latest version published on 20 April, 2022.The name of the workshop may sound a little odd, but it has a serious purpose. We interview the organizers of the 2021 Workshop on Sustainable Software Sustainability to learn more.
Latest version published on 18 April, 2022.Mahdi Fahmideh and Ali Behnaz discuss their research around the software engineering discipline's needs to address emerging challenges in the development of IoT based systems.
Latest version published on 11 April, 2022.Garry Scobie, Deputy Chief Information Security Officer at the University of Edinburgh discusses keeping Internet of Things devices secure.
Latest version published on 18 March, 2022.There are many reasons to do regular code reviews. One of them is improving the readability of your code. Source code is often the only documentation available for research software, and readability is, therefore, key to anyone trying to reproduce or build upon your research. Would you ever publish a paper without any feedback on its draft?
Latest version published on 2 March, 2022.Why do you need to be mindful to write sustainable software? Why do you need an inclusive environment to be able to write sustainable software? Is it possible that sustainable software approaches could support mindfulness and inclusivity?
Latest version published on 25 February, 2022.Peter Schmidt discusses how agile practices have changed.
Latest version published on 10 February, 2022.Community Manager Rachael Ainsworth shares an overview of our recent inaugural meeting with the SSI's 2022 Fellows.
Latest version published on 22 December, 2021.SSI Fellow Matthew Bluteau reviews ICCS 2021 and SeptembRSE.