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Tips for Managing your Project’s Increasing Complexity: Part 2

Latest version published on 19 January, 2021.

As projects grow, the complexity of their implementation also grows. SSI Fellow Dr Edward Fisher examines best practices and methods that will allow you to handle complexity in both the technical and managerial domains of your project.

Tips for Managing your Project’s Increasing Complexity: Part 1

Latest version published on 19 January, 2021.

As projects grow, the complexity of their implementation also grows. SSI Fellow Dr Edward Fisher examines best practices and methods that will allow you to handle complexity in both the technical and managerial domains of your project.

Lessons learned from delivering online workshops

Latest version published on 6 January, 2021.

SSI staff Aleksandra Nenadic and Mario Antonioletti look at the impact the pandemic has had on the delivery of Carpentry lessons.

How to make the most of an SSI Fellowship through online activities

Latest version published on 5 January, 2021.

How have the current cohort of Fellows adapted their plans to make the most of their SSI Fellowship in a COVID-19 world?

Ten arguments against Open Science that you can win

Latest version published on 17 December, 2020.

As part of our 10 year anniversary series, SSI Fellow Malvika Sharan gives you solutions to 10 arguments against Open Science.

Being a Digital Humanist in 2020

Latest version published on 16 December, 2020.

SSI Fellow Emily Bell tells how her fellowship has helped her work in Digital Humanities.

Decoding the FAIR principles: Are they relevant to software?

Latest version published on 15 December, 2020.

By Morane Gruenpeter from Inria research centre in France.

Sage Ocean launch new software tool to clean text

Latest version published on 14 December, 2020.

Sage Ocean are launching new software to save researchers time by cleaning text.

A researcher's perspective on working with the Software Sustainability Institute

Latest version published on 9 December, 2020.

Dr Edward Wallace gives a researcher’s perspective on how his involvement with the Institute has helped his work.

Could coaching contribute to more sustainable software?

Latest version published on 3 December, 2020.

SSI Fellow Sorrel Harriet explains the importance of coaching in software development.