This year’s event will focus on systems engineering projects, practices, and programs in the open source community. Together, we’ll delve into the technical components and cultural aspects of systems—from maintaining critical infrastructure projects to teaching the next generation of systems engineers.
June 27: A full day of workshops on using Innersource, Git internals, and graph databases June 28-29: More than 25 featured sessions, lightning talks, and speaker Q&As
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.
This year’s event rounds up more than 20 speakers from across the open source community—including developers, designers, and data technicians from Mozilla, the US Department of Commerce, and IBM. We’re also welcoming featured speakers:
Stay tuned for a more detailed speaker schedule, which we’ll be rolling out over the next few weeks.
CodeConf is accessible from both LAX and BUR airports and is just around the corner from the Hollywood/Vine LA Metro stop. Parking is available but limited so we recommend taking a taxi or rideshare to the venue.
Conference Venue: Avalon Hollywood 1735 Vine St, Los Angeles, CA 90028 CodeConf LA will be held at Avalon Hollywood in Los Angeles, one of Hollywood’s most historic landmarks, a five-minute walk from both the Hollywood/Vine Metro Stop and the W Hotel.
Hotel: The W Hollywood 6250 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood, California, 90028 Just a five-minute walk from the conference venue, the W Hollywood is situated on Hollywood Blvd, under the shadow of the iconic Hollywood sign.
Afterparty: Hyde Sunset Kitchen 8117 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90046 Last year we saw live music at Nashville’s Country Music Hall of Fame. This year we’re playing pub trivia, enjoying delectable dessert bites by Top Chef Chris Crary, and making conversation around the patio firepit.