The next Byte-sized RSE session, covering repository README files, will take place on Tuesday 6th June, 13:00-14:30 BST/GMT+1.
Byte-sized RSE is a new series of short interactive tutorial sessions where you can learn key skills to improve how you write and manage your research software in just 1 hour!
In this final session of the first series of Byte-sized RSE, we’ll look at the humble README file! Not a default and often ignored file in the root of your project directory but a hugely important place for a range of information that can make or break the success of your project - join us to learn more.
Following a short presentation on the topic, there will be an opportunity to gain hands-on experience, and to ask questions, in an informal and informative environment.
Why not join us, and tell your colleagues too!
Register here: https://forms.gle/3TEsJNF7mXEzsErYA
If you would like to participate in the practical element of this session, there are some software prerequisites. Please see the information on the registration page for further details.
If you’d like further information about these sessions or would like to suggest a topic for a future session, contact Jeremy Cohen (Imperial College London) or Steve Crouch (University of Southampton).