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What are your goals for 2020? Would £3000 help you achieve them? The Institute's Fellowship programme funds researchers, software engineers and advocates who want to improve computational practice in their areas of work. We have recently opened the call for applications to the Fellowship Programme 2020 until 29 October 2019.
By Rachael Ainsworth, Community Manager, Software Sustainability Institute We are pleased to announce that applications to the Fellowship Programme 2020 are now open (24 September 2019).
By Colin Sauze, RSE at Aberystwyth University At Carpentry Connect Manchester 2019 I ran a session on developing a new carpentry style lesson on machine learning.
The HPC user forum will be held in Edinburgh from 10–11 Oct 2019.
By Malvika Sharan, Software Sustainability Institute Fellow I recently gave a lightning talk on the topic “Why being ‘less specialised’ is an important skill for the community managers”. I wanted to give a proper presentation - but to fit the “1-slide-in-2-minutes” rule, I wrote a short friendly letter to all the community managers.
It is with mixed emotions that I announce today is my last day as Community Officer at the Software Sustainability Institute. This might not be a surprise for some as earlier this year we announced that we would be hiring a Research Software Community Officer/Manager.
By Raniere Silva, Community Officer, Software Sustainability Institute, and Shoaib Sufi, Community Lead, Software Sustainability Institute. As part of the third phase of The Software Sustainability Institute, the team at the University of Manchester is searching for one new full-time staff member to join our "Better Software Better Research" campaign in the capacity of Research Software Community Officer or Research Software Community Manager. Although the role is described in the job advert, this blog provides additional context.
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If you work in the humanities with digital technologies or are considering digital approaches to humanities research, please join us for the Digital Practices in the Humanities Workshop (DPHW) in Oxford, on Thursday 21st June 2018 from 10am-5pm, at the Oxford e-Research Centre.

Apache Software Foundation's David Nalley will be presenting the webinar, "The Risk of the Commons," on September 26th at 11am (EDT).  Please register here. Be sure to check spam/junk folder for registration confirmation with attached calendar file.
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