Jennifer Daub and Daniel Brady will deliver this workshop on how to be more efficient and effective in data analysis and computing, whatever you career stage or research discipline.
We are delighted to announce Ed-DaSH, a Data Science training programme for Health and Biosciences funded by UKRI at the University of Edinburgh, in collaboration with The Carpentries.
As part of our Research Software Camp: Next steps in coding we will be running a free Software Surgery which aims to provide a safe and welcoming space for people to get advice on their software challenges. 
Register for a free workshop on Collaborative Lesson Development with The Carpentries Workbench as part of our upcoming Research Software Camp: Next Steps in Coding.
SAGE Publishing is inviting applications for the 2022 SAGE Concept Grant, which provides funding for new software tools for social science research.
We’re pleased to announce there will be a free workshop on Managing Academic Software Development as part of our upcoming Research Software Camp: Next Steps in Coding.
Meet Software Sustainability Institute 2022 Fellow Connah Kendrick as he talks about his plans for his fellowship relating to digitising museum artefacts in the latest episode of the Code for Thought podcast.
Our website will be at risk during maintenance on Monday 9 May from 12:30 - 14:30 BST, and you may experience some disruption using the website within that period. We apologise for any inconvenience.
The SECRIOUS research team are hosting their second Slow Game Jam - a series of workshop/jam sessions that take participants through the game design process and provide cyber security and game developers as mentors. 
In the latest episode of the Code for Thought podcast, Peter Schmidt speaks to James Baker, newly appointed director of Digital Humanities at the University of Southampton in the UK.