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This year’s RSECon in Newcastle (6th-8th September 2022) was my first time attending RSECon as an RSE. The reason why I say “as an RSE,” is because way back in 2019, whilst I was still an astronomy PhD student, I managed to convince my supervisor that I should attend RSECon, because, hey, this might be a future career path for me – and it actually became my career path at the end of last year.
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After the success of last year’s pilot, the Society of RSE’s mentoring scheme has been launched fully for 2023.

It's 10 years since the term Research Software Engineer was coined at the Collaborations Workshop 2012 and the RSE movement began! 
Christopher Woods reflects on this year's SeptembRSE - an online celebration of Research Software Engineering.
What does a Research Software Engineer (RSE) who uses R do? How can we promote RSE career paths? How can we identify and highlight which funders are most research software friendly? How can we increase visibility of RSEs in the R community? Could we develop a podcast on ‘meet the R-engineers’ or collaborate with an existing R podcast? What should a book “Research Software Engineering with R” contain? How do we develop an RSE for R users community?
Jeffrey Carver, Jeremy Cohen and Caroline Jay explore the practicalities and relative pros and cons of in-person, remote, and hybrid modes of working that are common to the vast majority of research software roles.
Introducing 2021 RSE Fellow Peter Hill.
2021 RSE Fellow Thomas Dowrick introduces his Fellowship plans.
2021 RSE Fellow Domhnall Carlin introduces his Fellowship plans.
Introducing RSE Fellow Heather Turner.
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