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By Becky Arnold, University of Sheffield. On the 30th of January 2019, Christopher Woods, an EPSRC fellow at the Advanced Computing Research Centre at the University of Bristol gave a talk on "How to Design and Engineer Good Code for Research" at the University of Sheffield.

By Becky Arnold, University of Sheffield

This is part of a series of talks on good coding practice and related topics Becky Arnold has organised as part of her Fellowship plan.  

Software Sustainability Institute fellow Becky Arnold is arranging a series of talks on good coding practice and related topics. The first session will take place on the 2nd May at Sheffield University.

By Stuart Grieve, Research Software Developer, University College London, Eike Mueller, Lecturer in Scientific Computing, University of Bath, Alexander Morle

By Adam Tomkins (Chair), University of Sheffield, James Grant, University of Bath, Alexander Morley,

By Sammie Buzzard, University College London; Martin Donnelly, University of Edinburgh.

By Damien Irving,  climate scientist

This post was originally published on the Dr Climate blog.

By Raniere Silva, Software Sustainability Institute, David Pérez-Suárez, University College London.

Coding is often seen as a tool to do science, rather than an intrinsic part of the scientific process. This often results in scientific code that is written in a rather unscientific way.

By Sanjay Manohar, University of Oxford, and Software Sustainability Institute fellow

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