Are you thinking of attending a foundational research software course? Have you recently attended one but don’t know where to go from there? Are you an intermediate research software developer and would like to further develop your skills or train others?
Our spring Research Software Camp: Next steps in coding will focus on improving computational and training skills and exploring existing resources out there. The Camp will be held from 16th to 27th May 2022.
Through the two weeks of the Camp, we will host a mix of live sessions, such as workshops aimed at various levels of expertise, pre-recorded tutorials, run a mentorship programme and a software surgery, and publish resources on our website and social media. This is a fully online event and all of the sessions are free. As such, we welcome people to attend all or some of the sessions.
The panel discussion at the Research Software Camp: Next Steps in Coding will explore the current challenges and gaps in training and skills around following specific career pathways in research software in academia and industry. Each panellist represents a different career.
Throughout the Camp we will be running a free Software Surgery in allocated 20 minute-slots which aims to provide a safe and welcoming space for people to get advice on their software challenges. It is open to anyone looking to get expert advice on any aspect of software development from a Research Software Engineer (RSE).
We are hosting a variety of workshops to help you take the Next Steps in Coding throughout the Camp from 16 - 27 May. They are free to attend and you are welcome to register for any that are relevant to you.
We are dedicated to providing a welcoming and supportive environment for all people, regardless of background or identity. By taking part in the activities of the Research Software Camp, participants accept to abide by the Software Sustainability Institute's Code of Conduct, and accept the procedures by which any Code of Conduct incidents are resolved. Any form or behaviour to exclude, intimidate, or cause discomfort is a violation of the Code of Conduct.
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