(Apologies for any duplication due to cross-posting)
Amazing presenters, awesome community and $20, which you really can't beat.
code4libBC is offering 4 half-day workshops on Friday, May 1st at SFU
Harbour Centre. They sold out quickly last year, so if you're
interested register now.
* Get your hands dirty with Data Management Plans with Eugene Barsky
* User Experience Fundamentals with Haig Armen
* Intro to Shell Scripting: The Terminal Does Not Hate You with Alex Garnett
* If you build it, will they come? Best practices for managing an
institutional repository with Lisa Goddard, Don Taylor, Tara
More info on the sessions: http://wiki.code4lib.org/BC#General_Info
code4libBC is a diverse and open community of library developers and
non-developers engaging in effective, collaborative problem-solving
through technology. Anyone from the library community who is
interested in library technologies are welcome to join and
participate, regardless of their department or background: systems and
IT, public services, circulation, cataloguing and technical services,
archives, digitization and preservation.
On behalf of the code4libBC organizing group,