Excellent keynote speakers! We’re excited to welcome Safiya Noble, author of Algorithms of Oppression: How Search Engines Reinforce Racism, and Tara Robertson, Diversity & Inclusion Strategic Partner for Mozilla, to speak with us.
Tons of great content! We have twenty-two workshops to choose from this year, handlings topics from accessibility to digital preservation to linked data, all conveniently located at the conference hotel. Conference talks vary from discussions of ethics, machine learning, the GDPR, open access indexes, and more!
Great community events! From the Newcomer’s Dinner where new attendees meet grizzled veterans, to Game Night, to a reception at The Tech Museum of Innovation, Code4Lib has a lot going on outside the main conference. We strive to be as fun and welcoming of a conference as possible, with a community-authored Code of Conduct.
Looking to save money at the conference? The conference hotel block at the DoubleTree San José is full though there are a few rooms left at a higher rate, but there also options that start around $100/night nearby. See this Google Map of hotels or check out local AirBnB homes. Being close to the San José airport, there are many choices in the area. The “Extended Stay America” airport and downtown hotels are both affordable and within walking distance, for instance.
Want more details on talks, workshops, and other events? The complete conference schedule is posted on the website.
Visit https://2019.code4lib.org for more information or join us in the Code4Lib Slack organization where people will be happy to answer questions (you can sign up here).
- Main Conference: $395
- Main Conference (after January 23rd) : $450
- Pre-Conference : $50 per half day ($100 for full day)
- Reception “plus one”: $60 (limit one “plus one” per registration)
- DoubleTree Hotel: $200/night plus taxes