The recordings of sessions from Collaborations Workshop 2020 (CW20) are now available to watch on Youtube. Recordings include the keynotes, lightning talks, mini-workshops and hack day project demos.
The second International Research Software Engineering (RSE) Leaders Workshop will take place online on 15, 16 and 30 September. The workshop brings together established and aspiring leaders from the international RSE community for networking, knowledge exchange, and hands-on collaboration.
New materials are available to introduce beginners to Github and Application Programming Interfaces (APIs).
Institute Fellow Pablo Bernabeu is seeking volunteers to help run or co-lead his workshops which teach the use of Binder, R Markdown and R-built web applications.
As the in-person CarpentryCon had to be cancelled for this summer, the organisers still wanted to provide the Carpentries community with a chance to meet other members and learn from each other by moving content online.
The Science and Technology Facilities Council is recruiting Software Engineers to their Scientific Computing Department.
With face-to-face training sessions not currently possible, staff from the Software Sustainability Institute have shared their guidance for running online training to help others move their training online.
A new initiative has been launched to help Research Software Engineers (RSEs) stay connected while many national RSE conferences have been cancelled due to COVID-19.
Applications are now open for the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative’s funding of the Essential Open Source Software for Science programme.
Software Sustainability Institute Director Neil Chue Hong and Deputy Director Simon Hettrick are interviewed in the latest episode of the Research Software Engineer Stories podcast.