The next Byte-sized RSE session, covering Integrated Development Environments (IDEs), will take place on Tuesday 28th March, 13:00-14:30 GMT.
We are glad to announce that SSI co-investigator and professor of computer science at the University of Manchester Carole Goble has been included in Research.com's Ranking of Best Scientists in the field of Computer Science and received the Computer Science Leader Award for 2023.
This year's IEEE eScience 2023 conference will take place in person in Limassol, Cyprus between October 9 and 13. As part of this conference, US-RSE is organizing a workshop, RSEs in eScience, on 9 October about sustainable RSE ecosystems.
Researchers and RSEs can access many excellent training programmes, like the Code Refineries and various Carpentries. However, the demand for experienced engineers is rapidly growing, and it is hard to keep up with training as many RSEs as needed.
The University of Manchester and The Software Sustainability Institute (SSI) are piloting a new course on intermediate research software skills for Earth, atmospheric and oceanic sciences at a workshop held at the University of Manchester from 27 to 31 March 2023.
On March 27, FAIR-IMPACT will host a webinar to introduce potential applicants and other interested parties to the open call and provide details about the two support actions on offer.
This week's episode of Code For Thought launches the German language version of the podcast and what better way to do so than to report from the German RSE association annual conference? Peter Schmidt was among the 150 participants to gather at the Heinz Nixdorf Center in Paderborn between 20 - 22 February 2023 to attend the first conference of its kind in over four years.
Cloud-SPAN will host a free course on metagenomics from Tuesday 11, until Friday 21 April 2023. Metagenomics explores all the genetic material in an environmental sample and can be used to characterise the taxonomic characteristics of microbial communities.
SSI Fellow Ginestra Ferraro is conducting a survey to gather information, understand expectations, and evaluate the current state of UI/UX design in the Digital Humanities and the wider RSE community.
The latest Code For Thought episode is the fifth in the ByteSized RSE mini-series and tackles Lint and static code analysis