Hitting the Trail for Code4Lib
We're all pretty excited about catching up with everyone at Code4Lib in Portland, Oregon next week. Karen Coombs, George Campbell and I will be going, along with Bruce Washburn and a couple of our other OCLC colleagues. Stop us and fill us in on what's new with you - we're anxious to hear about the projects you've been working on and what you'll be doing next. Or ask us about Developer House, our API Explorer, or whatever you'd like to know about OCLC Web services.
This year's program looks pretty amazing and we're looking forward to learning a lot in a short amount of time. We have a couple of OCLC Developer Network activities at the conference that I want to draw your attention to:
- Confessions of the (Accidental) Code Hoarder: How to Make Your Code Sharable, 9am-12pm Monday (Parlor A) - Karen's been putting the finishing touches on this preconference, and she can't wait to share her newest tips, tricks and best practices for sharing your applications so that more people can use them.
- OCLC Developer House Meetup, 5:30pm Wednesday (meet in the lobby) - Calling all Developer House alumni and anyone who wants to learn more about Developer House. This isn't a sponsored event, just an informal meetup (no need to RSVP) for those who are interested. It's also a great place to catch us if you want to chat about any of the goings on here at OCLC Developer Network.
Want to make sure you get time with us face to face? Drop us a note.
Visit the Code4Lib website to learn more about the community and the annual - and regional - conferences. If you've never been, or just can't attend this year, you can follow #c4l15 on Twitter or stay tuned to the conference website and the C4L list for details about the live stream.