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Newsletter – March 2020

Welcome to the March newsletter from The Society of Research Software Engineering! Our monthly newsletter will announce new Society initiatives, gather RSE news, events, blogs, papers, anything interesting and relevant together in one place. If you would like to add an item or suggest a new section to the next newsletter, send it to...

Remote working for researchers and developers

This post was compiled by Mark Woodbridge, Jeremy Cohen and Tony Yang of the Imperial College Research Software Community. We are re-publishing an updated version of the original article modified by the authors for a more general audience. Content not accessible to readers outside their local community has been removed or replaced appropriately. A...

RSECon2020 Cancellation Announcement

The Trustees of the Society of Research Software Engineering and the Conference Steering Group have taken the very difficult decision to cancel the annual RSE Conference for 2020.  We know that this conference is a fantastic social, networking and skills training event for the RSE community worldwide so we’d like to reassure everyone that...

Newsletter – February 2020

Welcome to one of our many new initiatives for 2020 – The Society of Research Software Engineering newsletter! Our monthly newsletter will announce new Society initiatives, gather RSE news, events, blogs, papers, anything interesting and relevant together in one place. If you would like to add your item or suggest a new section to...

RSLondonSouthEast2020

On Thursday 6th February 2020, nearly 100 researchers, RSEs, software engineers, funder representatives and others with an interest in research software gathered at the Royal Society in London for RSLondonSouthEast 2020.

It’s just software engineering?

By Dr Marion Weinzierl, Research Software Engineer at Durham University Join the discussion on the UK RSE Slack. Question: “I have just come out of a meeting with a professor and his postdoc in which we discussed how I could help them with improving the robustness of their code, error handling, and introduce automated...

RSECon2020 website is live!

The new website for RSECon2020 is up and running! The conference for RSEs from around the world is in its fifth year and going strong… RSECon2020 will be held at the University of Birmingham, UK from the 8th to the 10th September.  RSECon had its inaugural conference in 2016 with 120 delegates from 12...

RSECon 2019 Feedback Summary

 “An excellent conference, even better than last year in my opinion!”          “First time at the conference and was really impressed!”      “ Good support before the conference for questions, and very friendly committee”  In September 2019 under a clear blue sky, 360 delegates joined us in Birmingham for the...

RSECon2020

Call for committee members for the Conference of Research Software Engineering 2020! Following in the well-trodden footsteps of the past conferences, the conference committee is made up of volunteers who give their time and effort from January through to September. You don’t have to be an RSE or in the UK to join. Apart...

Nominations now open for Society trustee elections

The Society of Research Software Engineering is seeking members to stand for election to its board of trustees and help steer the direction of our fledgling organisation. We’re really keen to bring new, energetic trustees onto the board to help shape the new Society and participate in its running. Please join the Society and...