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Our Research Software Camp: Next steps in coding ran from 16 - 27 May 2022 with a focus on improving computational and training skills at beginner and intermediate levels. Here we share some of the highlights from the Camp.
​​​​​​​Today is the final day of our Research Software Camp: Next Steps in Coding! Over the last two weeks we've focussed on improving computational and training skills through a variety of live sessions and online resources.
Register your interest in taking part in a troubleshooting session after following the materials for the course on Building Websites With Jekyll and GitHub.
By Mario Antonioletti, Learning to Code Mentorship Programme mentor I volunteered as a mentor as part of the SSI’s Beyond the Spreadsheet Research Software Camps. I was motivated by the fact that I wanted to set up a similar time-limited mentoring scheme for the Community of Edinburgh RSEs where synergies in domain expertise could be coupled with programming skills, or as part of the Edinburgh Carpentries where people would go back to their day jobs after a Carpentries course to try and apply what they have learned to their own projects/data where they may need a little help to get started…
Do you have a research software challenge you would like to receive expert advice on? Come and ask an expert at the drop-in software surgery!
Welcome to the Research Software Camp: Next Steps in Coding! From today until the 27 May 2022, we'll focus on improving computational and training skills and exploring existing resources out there. 
Meet Software Sustainability Institute 2022 Fellows James Byrne and Tom Russell in the latest episode of the Code For Thought podcast.
We have a busy programme of workshops and other sessions to get involved in for different experience levels. Find out which activities you should take part in!
Register for a free workshop on empowering communities with open principles as part of our upcoming Research Software Camp: Next Steps in Coding.
The workshop is aimed at any student/researcher who wants to learn Python, with no prior knowledge of coding.
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