The Carpentries have announced the results of the community and council elections for their 2021 Executive Council, which will assume responsibility of governance from the current Executive Council in February.
Chris Hartgerink (Liberate Science) will deliver the keynote talk at our Research Software Camp on research accessibility. His talk on 'The Social Model of Inaccessibility' will be available online from the morning of Monday 22 February, the first day of the two-week camp. Read the abstract here.
New Carpentry-style training material on "Building Websites with Jekyll and GitHub" is being piloted at an online workshop on 6-9 March.
The Software Sustainability Institute will present the workshop “Boost your research reproducibility with Binder” by Sarah Gibson, The Turing Way, as part of the Research Software Camp on research accessibility.
The deadline for applications to the Software Sustainability Institute’s Fellowship Programme 2021 has been extended to 23:59 GMT on Sunday 7 February.
Registration is now open for the Live Q&A session with Chris Hartgerink (Liberate Science) at our Research Software Camp on research accessibility.
In collaboration with The Carpentries and some members of the Carpentry community, we are launching the Lesson Study Groups - a new programme to support community members wishing to develop new lessons in The Carpentries Incubator.
The Software Sustainability Institute is excited to announce that Chris Hartgerink will deliver the Research Software Camp keynote talk on research accessibility.
Join an interactive workshop focused on security in coding and what the code citizens (you!) know about it to help design a Serious Game.
A FAIR4RS Working Group community is inviting the Working Group members and the general public to their first Town Hall of 2021 on 2 February.