Welcome to the monthly newsletter for the Research Software Engineering Community at The University of Sheffield.
Why not come to a Code Clinic? We’re keen to hear from you.
Code Clinics are fortnightly supported sessions run by the RSE team and IT Services’ Research and Innovation IT (ITS R&I) team. They are open to anyone at TUoS writing code for research to get help with programming problems and general advice on best practices.
At each session, members of the RSE and/or ITS R&I teams will be available to review code, advise, troubleshoot, and suggest ways to improve your computational workflows.
LunchBytes are a monthly series of short talks from the research community on research software, data, and infrastructure.
In May’s edition of LunchBytes on the 19th of May, we’ll be getting together to show off our favourite tools that help with using git and GitHub. Think: command-line tools, IDE plugins, GitHub/Lab features, etc.
If you have a git tool you’d like to let others know about - get in touch with the host at d.wilby [at] sheffield.ac.uk
LunchBytes are organised by and for the research software community at The University of Sheffield. If you’d like to curate a session on a topic or present something, get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org - Or suggest topics on the jamboard.
We have a job advert out for an RSE! Here are six reasons to apply:
PyScript - A framework that allows users to run Python and create rich applications in the browser.
Git & GitHub through GitKraken workshop - from Zero to Hero!
Visit the links below for more information. These events are now fully booked, but you can join the waiting list in case any spaces become available. If you sign up for a course, please make sure you either attend or cancel your booking. Bookings can usually be cancelled via eventbrite.
Do you write MATLAB code and wish it went a little faster? In this hands-on workshop, you will learn a range of techniques in how to make MATLAB go faster including modern MATLAB programming techniques, conversion and interfacing to C/C++, GPU and parallel computing.
The workshop is on Thursday 16th June, presented by Mike Croucher, Customer Success Engineer at MathWorks. It is free and exclusively for University of Sheffield PGRs, researchers and lecturers.
Part of the Hartree National Centre for Digital Innovation, the EXPLAIN training programme is fully-funded to upskill UK businesses and individuals to use supercomputing, data analytics & AI technologies for enhanced productivity and innovation. Events are running throughout May and June.
The Sheffield RSE Team aims to collaborate with you to help improve your research software. They can provide dedicated staff to ensure that you can deliver excellent research software engineering on your research projects.
For queries relating to collaborating with the RSE team on projects: email@example.com
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