Registration is now open for Code4Lib 2019 in sunny San José, CA! You can
register here <http://www.cvent.com/d/ybq5dx/4W> or follow the link on the
conference home page <https://2019.code4lib.org/>.
*Keynote speakers determined!*
We are very excited to announce that Code4Lib 2019 will feature keynotes
from Safiya Noble and Tara Robertson.
*Dr. Safiya U. Noble* is an assistant professor at the University of
Southern California (USC) Annenberg School of Communication. Her
critically-acclaimed monograph on racist and sexist algorithmic bias in
commercial search engines is entitled *Algorithms of Oppression: How Search
Engines Reinforce Racism* (NYU Press).
*Tara Robertson* is an intersectional feminist who uses data and research
to advocate for equality and inclusion. She has more than 10 years
experience making open source and tech communities more diverse and
welcoming. Her core values are social justice, collaboration and all things
open–open source, open access and open education.
You can read more about the keynote speakers, as well as all other
conference speakers, on the website: <https://2019.code4lib.org/speakers/>
When: Tuesday, February 19th (preconferences) to Friday, February 22nd
Where: DoubleTree by Hilton, San José
- Preconference Day: $50 per half day ($100 for full)
- Early Bird Registration (by Jan. 23rd): $395
- Registration after Jan. 23rd: $450
- Hotel Room: $200
When you register, you will be able to select one all-day workshop or two
half-day workshops. As with past Code4Lib conferences, it will be possible
to register for the main conference, the main conference + pre-conference
day, or only for the pre-conference day. We will open pre-conference-only
registration in mid-January.
Code4Lib is offering plus one tickets for the Code4Lib 2019 Reception, to
be held at The Tech Museum on Wednesday February 20, 2019. Each conference
attendee is limited to one (1) plus one ticket. The cost for the Reception
Ticket is $60 and can be paid during registration or on-site.
As a reminder, all attendees must abide by the Code of Conduct, a copy of
which can be found at <http://2019.code4lib.org/conduct/>.
We look forward to seeing you in February!
- The 2019 Local Planning Committee