FOLIO Developers Forum – 27-July

Open Library Community Forum:
FOLIO Developers Forum
Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at 9 AM EDT / 1300 GMT
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Please come join the Open Library Community Forum!

The FOLIO community is pleased to announce the first FOLIO developer forum will be held on July 27th, 2016.  This webinar-style meeting will cover:

  • An introduction to the FOLIO project and its developers
  • An overview of the development approach, architecture, and roadmap
  • An introduction to the technologies used in the FOLIO platform
  • Getting started with coding for FOLIO
  • Plans for opening up the code repository and documentation in August
  • An open discussion of how developers might engage with FOLIO

Presenters include:

  • Sebastian Hammer: President and co-founder of Index Data. Sebastian describes his role as the chief strategist, creative person, consultant, requirements capturer, occasional innovator and cheerleader of the company.
  • Jakub Skoczen: Architect and Developer at Index Data. Jakub works on advanced user interface and metasearch technologies. He holds dual M.Sc degrees in computer science and software engineering.
  • Kurt Nordstrom: Software engineer at Index Data. Kurt is currently working to develop infrastructure for the FOLIO platform. He’s been involved in library software development since 2003. Native Texan stranded in the DC metro area. Husband of one, father of several. Currently holds the record for the biggest hair in Index Data.
  • Peter Murray: Open Source Community Advocate at Index Data. His current activities include building relationships among libraries, organizations, and service providers participating in the FOLIO open source library service platform project.

A confirmation email will contain access information for the event.

Please use the hashtag ‘#FOLIOforum’ on social media for these events.

The Open Library Community Forum is governed by the Open Library Community Forum Code of Conduct.

A recording of this Forum will be made available on the Open Library Environment website.

Please join a few minutes early to ensure that we can start promptly. Space is limited to the first 500 participants.

The Open Library Community Forum is sponsored by the Open Library Environment (OLE).