As part of our ongoing commitment to accelerate human progress through Social Impact initiatives, we’re offering students 30-minute, 1:1 micro-mentoring sessions with GitHub employees ahead of Universe.
CodeConf LA will converge June 27-29, 2016 in sunny Los Angeles for three days of unforgettable discussions.
This year’s event will focus on systems engineering projects, practices, and programs in the open source community. We’ll explore topics ranging from systems programming practices to operating applications at scale over three days and 30+ sessions, lightning talks, and workshops.
Early Bird tickets are now on sale for $299. Grab yours before April 9th, when prices will go up by $100. While you’re at it, consider purchasing a scholarship ticket, which will be granted to someone from an underrepresented community who would not be unable to attend otherwise.
June 27: A full day of workshops and training
June 28-29: 30+ Featured sessions, lightning talks and speaker Q&A
We believe that competing and complementary opinions lead to valuable insights. Over the course of the conference, there will be back-to-back talks exploring different subjects from contrasting perspectives, followed by a chance to participate in the conversation with other attendees.
If you have a subject for a session in mind or would like to give a talk, please submit a proposal. We’ll be finalizing the agenda over the next few months, so follow along on codeconf.com and Twitter for updates.
If you’re coming from out of town, stay nearby at the W Hollywood.
CodeConf is accessible from both LAX and BUR airports, and is just around the corner from the Hollywood/Vine LA Metro stop.
You won’t want to miss this educational and inspirational event, dedicated to the open source community. Hope to see you there!