What we’re about
code4lib Toronto is a regional chapter of the code4lib community. We bring together library, museum and archives people interested in code and technology (and viceversa).
We host regular meetups to informally discuss issues and share approaches, techniques, and code across institutional and project divides. We also run hands-on workshops to learn new tools and techniques.
For more details about upcomigng meetups and workshops, join us on Meetup!
There is more to code4lib than just the Toronto chapter. To engage with the global community, subscribe to the code4lib mailing list, or the Slack channel, read the code4lib journal and check out other regional groups!
Who we are
code4lib Toronto is a pretty much self-organized group, but Kaitlin Newson (@kaitlinnewson) and Thomas Guignard (@timtomch) are coordinating things.
- October 12, 2018: Library Carpentry Workshop at the Access 2018 conference: learn the basics of bash programming and OpenRefine.