I've had call to read quite a bit about the lean and agile movements lately, which got me thinking: how would all this work in an academic library context?
On 1 & 2 June 2017, the Research Software Engineering group at the University of Sheffield, in collaboration with the University Library, hosted a diverse group of people contributing to projects all over the world as part of the Mozilla Global Sprint.
I am now a certified Data Carpentry instructor!
Every spring, the world's research data management and digital curation communities congregate for the International Digital Curation Conference. This year's conference was in picturesque Edinburgh.
I've got fed up with Twitter - here's why.
I'm knocking the rust off my programming skills by attempting to write a pure-Python interpreter for OpenRefine "scripts".
"Yesterbox" is a clever system for managing email that involves hiding today's new email. Turns out that's trivial to implement in emacs.
Are promotion criteria really the only way to build good practice?
The SC Test competition invited proposals for better testing tools.
I can't believe it's taken this long to create tools that allow simultaneous editing of markdown documents, but they're finally here.