REGISTER NOW at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/CS6KQ5F
When: Monday June 13th, 2011
Start: 9 AM
End: 4:00 PM, with evening gathering for those interested at one of
Portland's many local pubs/establishments
Where: White Stag, Portland, Oregon
Cost: $60 for early registration (primarily to cover snacks, refreshments
and lunch for the group)
Size: Facility can accommodate approximately 60 participants.
When: Sunday, June 12th, 2011
Start: 6 PM
Code4Lib Northwest connects innovators and problem solvers so they can share
information about projects, trends and technologies. Most importantly, it
seeks to develop a community where people share information and experience
and collaborate on work towards common goals. You don't have to be a
programmer to attend, but you shouldn't be surprised if a couple presenters
toss a little illustrative code on the screens.
If you weren't able to attend last year or are unfamiliar with the format,
you're in for a treat. Mix it up with some the best library technologists in
the PNW! If you want to find out what people are up to, this is the place.
The Code4Lib Northwest meeting is a one day conference in traditional
Code4Lib style. It will feature a series of 20 minute sessions and two
periods of lightning talks. By keeping the group size low and presentations
short in a highly interactive environment, it's easy for busy people to
share their ideas so you get to learn about what really interests you.
In preparation for Code4Lib PNW, a small number of presentations have been
pre-solicited and are available with the draft schedule here:
Ideas for 20 minute presentations can be submitted to http://goo.gl/cTp3H A
laptop with an internet connection and a data projector will be provided.
ATTENDEES AND REGISTRATION:
Code4Lib Northwest 2011 event will be capped at 60 participants. Early
registration is $60 (after April 29, it becomes $75), and lunch as well as
refreshments throughout the day will be provided. The price has risen due to
increased costs for putting on the conference.
If you have questions, you can post them to the Google Group at
http://groups.google.com/group/pnwcode4lib or send them to the code4lib NW
coordinators (Ken Guidry [log in to unmask], Mike Flakus
[log in to unmask] Doug Eriksen
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