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Research Software Engineers: State of the Nation Report 2017

This report provides a history of the U. K.’s Research Software Engineers campaign and a snapshot of the state of the U.K.’s Research Software Engineer (RSE) community.  As I understand it, the term was coined at a U. K. Software … Continue reading

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My Favorite Computing Videos on YouTube

I have often been asked what are my favorite computing videos on YouTube. There are so many, it’s hard to give a definitive answer and I keep discovering more, some posted several years ago. As of today only, here are … Continue reading

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Creating effective slides: Design, Construction, and Use in Science

Like many scientists, my Power Point slides need help! Creating simple yet memorable slides that convey content takes a lot of practice. This lecture by Jean-luc Doumont, based on his book “Trees, Maps and Theorems,” gives sound advice on designing, … Continue reading

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