You are warmly invited to participate in LDCX 2018
unconference at Stanford University held from *March 26-28, 2018*. This
year’s event will be held at the Koret-Taube Conference Center in the
center of campus.
*High-level potential themes* for this year’s event include:
- artificial intelligence and machine learning applied to libraries,
archives, and museums;
- data-forward architectures and APIs, ETL, data pipelining, and
serverless system design;
- web archiving;
- distributed digital preservation;
- modern front-end system integration, including convergence in GLAMs
and building an ecosystem of software developers around IIIF.
*Registration:* This year’s registration fee is $100 and includes light
breakfast, lunch, and evening receptions. If you are planning to attend,
please register at Eventbrite at your earliest convenience:
*More information:* More information on LDCX 2018 (including location and
travel information) can be found on the unconference website:
*Follow-on and related events:* As in previous years, we also plan on
hosting two additional days (March 29-30) for a Samvera Partners’ meeting
and the Samvera Developer Congress. Please let us know if you have
potential ideas for topics or projects for the Developer Congress. There
will also be a LOCKSS Alliance Meeting from March 29-30.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact the LDCX
organizers at [log in to unmask] .
*Mark A. MATIENZO* | [log in to unmask] | pronouns: they/them
Collaboration & Interoperability Architect
Digital Library Systems and Services, Stanford University Libraries
m: +1 (650) 683-5769