CodeConf LA will converge June 27-29, 2016 in sunny Los Angeles for three days of unforgettable presentations and 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 more than 30 sessions, lightning talks, and workshops.
Additional Speakers and Schedule coming soon.
Join us a day early for a day of hands-on workshops led by expert trainers. The workshops will take place on June 27th at the W Hollywood. Space is limited, so grab your tickets now! Keep your eye on @codeconf for updates on workshops as we schedule more.
June 27, Time TBD
How does Git work? In this session, we’ll explore and use Git’s plumbing commands to dissect what is going on behind the scenes at a low level when you use Git.
We’ll walk through the underlying structures that constitute Git as we go spelunking in the .git folder, and explore its various parts: the objects directory (where we’ll inspect blobs, tree objects, and commit objects and how they relate to one another), the HEAD file, and finally, the refs folder, where we’ll look at heads. As we examine the general layout, we’ll discuss how Git is essentially structured as a Merkle DAG. Finally, we’ll look at Git’s garbage collection and how it ties into the system’s general structure.
Along the way, we’ll solidify our conceptual understanding of Git, exploring questions such as: How does Git store our information? What is at the heart of a branch? What is actually happening when you do a Git checkout? Or a reset? Why is data (almost) never lost in Git?
June 27, Time TBD
Neo4j is a NoSQL graph database based on links between records. This workshop uses Python code samples to walk through two real-world examples of linked data, including designing a graph database from scratch, for art and artists at the Museum of Modern Art, and analyzing demolition data by processing road network data from OpenStreetMap.
June 27, Time TBD
Tour TBD - June 27, time tbd
Night Tour TBD - June 27, time tbd
CodeConf LA will be held at Avalon Hollywood in Los Angeles, one of Hollywood’s most historic landmarks. From The Beatles first West Coast performance in 1964 to the Rolling Stone Grammy party last year, Avalon’s unrivaled sound and light system and recent remodel make this the must attend venue in Hollywood.
Avalon Hollywood is located at the intersection of Hollywood Blvd and Vine St, just 5 minutes walk from the Hollywood/Vine Metro Stop and the W Hotel.
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.
The CodeConf LA Afterparty will be held at Hyde Sunset Kitchen. Located on an iconic corner of the Sunset Strip. Attendees are invited to join us at Hyde for a rousing game of pub trivia, delectable dessert bites by Top Chef Chris Crary, and friendly conversation around the patio firepit.
Hollywood, Los Angeles, is accessible from several airports: LAX, LGB and BUR (the closest to our venue). From these airports, you can use Uber, taxi, shuttle, or metro to get into town. More information is available here.
Your ticket includes access to all conference workshops, sessions, events, and activities.
Purchase an all-conference ticket to be donated to our diversity scholarship program. Purchasing this ticket does not provide you admission to CodeConf, but it does provide admission for individuals from underrepresented groups. Scholarship tickets are distributed by our participating organizations.
We've set aside tickets, and other CodeConf attendees have donated tickets, exclusively for groups working to improve the diversity of our community. You can apply to receive one of these tickets through one of our participating organizations.