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The University of Edinburgh is running a series of online workshops in software and data skills as part of the Scottish Funding Council’s programme for Data Skills Workforce Development. These courses are intended to help members of the Scottish Workforce to upskill or reskill in several digital data competency areas.
Are you new to coding in academia and looking to improve your skills? Take part in our Learning to Code mentorship programme!
We are delighted to announce the Panel on Ethics at Collaborations Workshop 2022 (CW22), which will focus on discussions around implementations of ethics in research and software, and give practical guidance to workshop participants on how ethical considerations can strengthen the work they are doing.
We are looking for Research Software Engineers (even if that's not your current job title) to volunteer in our upcoming Research Software Camp: Next Steps in Coding. There are opportunities to get involved in our Software Surgery and/or our Learning to Code mentorship programme.
Congratulations to SSI Fellow Sarah Gibson on her recognition as a Jupyter Distinguished Contributor!
It's 10 years since the term Research Software Engineer was coined at the Collaborations Workshop 2012 and the RSE movement began! 
The SSI is looking for workshop proposals, as part of the Research Software Camp: Next Steps in Coding, focussing on improving computational and training skills and exploring existing resources out there.
The survey of digital methods and software in the social sciences closed on 6th March 2022 and we received over 165 responses - thank you to everyone who took part.
DiveRSE is a new talk series looking at diversity, equity and inclusion in the Research Software Engineering (RSE) community. Mary Ann Leung, Ph.D., Founder and President of the Sustainable Horizons Institute, will be the inaugural speaker in the DiveRSE series.
Take part in a survey of the Digital Research Infrastructure Requirements for AI. Contributions are welcomed from all users of UK Digital Research Infrastructure, including organisations that do not currently develop or deploy AI, but might have an interest in doing so in future.