We are excited to announce that The Alan Turing Institute are Platinum Sponsors of Collaborations Workshop 2023 (CW23), taking place as a hybrid event from Tuesday 2 May to Thursday 4 May.
Collaborations Workshop 2023 (CW23) will take place as a hybrid event in Manchester, UK, from Tuesday, 2 May to Thursday, 4 May 2023 and the full agenda - including keynote speakers, lightning talks, and mini-workshop sessions - is now available!
The deadline for proposals for participant-led mini-workshops, demo sessions and lightning talks at Collaborations Workshop 2023 (CW23) is 23:59 GMT on Friday, 24 February.
Collaborations Workshop 2023 (CW23) will take place as a hybrid event in Manchester, UK from Tuesday 2 May to Thursday 4 May 2023 and the call for contributed mini-workshop/demo sessions and lightning talks is open! The deadline for submissions is 23:59 GMT on Friday, 24 February 2023.
Registration for Collaborations Workshop 2023 (CW23) is now open via Eventbrite. CW23 will take place as a hybrid event from Tuesday 2 May–Thursday 4 May 2023 in Manchester, UK.
The theme will be Sustainable Career Development for those in the research software community: looking after your software, your career, and yourself.
Collaborations Workshop 2022 (CW22) will take place online from Monday 4 April - Thursday 7 April 2022 - save the date!
Videos from our 2021 Collaborations Workshop (CW21) are available to watch online.
Malvika Sharan, Andrew Brown, Warrick Ball and Ben Krikler explore what project ownership means in an open source world.
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