Latest version published on 18 May, 2022.By Mario Antonioletti, Learning to Code Mentorship Programme mentor I volunteered as a mentor as part of the SSI’s Beyond the Spreadsheet Research Software Camps. I was motivated by the fact that I wanted to set up a similar time-limited mentoring scheme for the Community of Edinburgh RSEs where synergies in domain expertise could be coupled with programming skills, or as part of the Edinburgh Carpentries where people would go back to their day jobs after a Carpentries course to try and apply what they have learned to their own projects/data where they may need a little help to get started…
Latest version published on 17 May, 2022.Last Year Paola Corrales and Yanina Bellini Saibene members from the MetaDocencia community offered the workshop From Spreadsheet to R at the Research Software Camp: Beyond the Spreadsheet. Later today (17 May 2022, they're teaching the same workshop but in Spanish (Desde las Hojas de Cálculo a R) at the Research Software Camp: Next Steps in Coding, for the benefit of Spanish-speaking research communities. In this blog post, they tell us more about MetaDocencia.
Latest version published on 7 September, 2022.Aleksandra Nenadic, SSI Training Lead, shares resources available to researchers and Research Software Engineers to upskill on various topics around software development, research data management/analysis, software project management, open and reproducible science, teaching and lesson development skills, and more.
Latest version published on 9 May, 2022.We have a busy programme of workshops and other sessions to get involved in for different experience levels. Find out which activities you should take part in!
Latest version published on 4 May, 2022.Within the digital preservation community, the term computational access is popping up more and more frequently. It is often linked to other terms such as artificial intelligence, data mining and deep neural networks. However, there is often little understanding of what these terms actually mean and how they relate to each other.
Latest version published on 28 April, 2022.Rachael Ainsworth, SSI Community Manager, share some highlights from the four-day virtual event.
Latest version published on 21 April, 2022.The SciCodes Consortium brings together editors and maintainers of academic discipline and institutional software registries and repositories.
Latest version published on 20 April, 2022.The name of the workshop may sound a little odd, but it has a serious purpose. We interview the organizers of the 2021 Workshop on Sustainable Software Sustainability to learn more.
Latest version published on 18 April, 2022.Mahdi Fahmideh and Ali Behnaz discuss their research around the software engineering discipline's needs to address emerging challenges in the development of IoT based systems.
Latest version published on 11 April, 2022.Garry Scobie, Deputy Chief Information Security Officer at the University of Edinburgh discusses keeping Internet of Things devices secure.