Latest version published on 9 November, 2021.Yenn Lee describes her experience of taking part in the Research Software Camp learning to code programme.
Latest version published on 8 November, 2021.Spreadsheets are ubiquitous across academia and industry. Although mistakes can have real world consequences from genomics to austerity, sometimes you just have to laugh at the day-to-day trials and tribulations of trying to get spreadsheets to just. work.
Latest version published on 9 November, 2021.By Amirah Khan. I took part in the ‘learning to code’ programme as part of the ‘Beyond the Spreadsheet’ Research Software Camp. I was mentored by Sadie Bartholomew, a Research Software Engineer who guided me through learning Python. I’ll share my reasons for volunteering, an overview of my project, and my journey throughout the programme.
Latest version published on 5 November, 2021.Christopher Woods reflects on this year's SeptembRSE - an online celebration of Research Software Engineering.
Latest version published on 5 November, 2021.As part of the Research Software Camp: Beyond the Spreadsheet we’ve gathered some useful resources below which focus on using spreadsheets effectively in research and how to move beyond these to other tools.
Latest version published on 4 November, 2021.Starting to write academic code can be a bit intimidating, especially if you don’t come from a coding background - there’s a lot of myths and preconceptions around it. This guide is for those who are just starting to write scientific code, to give you a few clear tips about getting started writing code!
Latest version published on 4 November, 2021.Dr Rebecca Hamilton discusses her learning from the Research Software Camp's learning to code programme.
Latest version published on 9 November, 2021.SSI Fellow Emma Karoune discusses her journey in learning to code.
Latest version published on 2 November, 2021.
By Stuart Owen and Katy Wolstencroft.
Latest version published on 1 November, 2021.Peter Inglesby gives an introduction to Python.