“The near-ubiquity of software [in research] means that it is not possible to disentangle the quality of the software from the quality of the research.
Programme submissions are currently being requested for CarpentryCon 2020, which will be held in Wisconsin from 29 June to 1 July. Talented (and otherwise!) designers are also encouraged to submit their design ideas for the conference t-shirt.
We are excited to announce that Dr. Andrew Stewart will be one of our two keynote speakers during Collaborations Workshop 2020 and will help attendees to think about the workshop theme of Open Research.
Two free Archer courses have been announced, running at EPCC in Edinburgh in early January 2020:
The Software Sustainability Institute's Collaborations Workshop 2020 (CW20) will take place from Tuesday 31 March to Thursday 2 April 2020 in Belfast, Northern Ireland and registration is now open.
Imperial College London is recruiting a developer to join its Research Computing Service (RCS) as a Research Software Engineer (RSE).
BioExcel’s webinar series will continue on 21 November with a presentation by Steve Crouch.
The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation and Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI) have agreed to provide $2.65 million (£2.07 million) in funding over three years to The Carpentries project.
Submissions are requested for the first WHPC Summit, to be held at Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada, on 29 April to 1 May, 2020.