Our next Research Software Camp will focus on exploring various aspects of mental health and wellbeing in research software, including causes of stress in research software, dealing with our inner critic through self-compassion, having difficult conversations, team culture, post-Covid hybrid working, isolation, and more.
As a long-time programming hobbyist, I have thought that an ability to code well would be quite helpful for my “day job” as an ergonomics/human factors academic – whether in experimental design, data collection and analysis, or the creation of teaching resources. But, while I have tried to learn a few different languages, I have not yet mastered any of them.
Arooj Hussain reflects on taking part in our Learning to Code mentorship programme using Python to scrape, analyse and visualise data.
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Our autumn Research Software Camp will address approaches to wellbeing
Monika Gonka reflects on our Learning to Code mentorship programme as part of a Research Software Camp.
Angela Cheng reflects on our Learning to Code mentorship programme
Nathan Innard reflects on our Learning to Code mentorship programme
Konstantinos Drousiotis reflects on taking part in the Learning to Code mentorship programme, gaining skills in Python to analyse qPCR data
Ashley Smith reflects on taking part in our Learning to Code mentorship programme to develop intermediate software engineering skills for the Swarm spacecraft mission.
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Sam Gubbins reflects on taking part in our Research Software Camp's mentorship programme.