Index Data Sponsor of 2018 Code4Lib Conference in Washington, D.C., Feb. 13 – 16

As in previous years, Index Data is sponsoring the 2018 Code4Lib Conference being held in Washington, D.C. On Valentine’s Day, come and hear Index Data’s Peter Murray discuss APIs at the Core: How FOLIO Wants to Engage You In Creating New Library Services!

Visit Index Data at the ALA Midwinter Conference in Denver, Booth #622!

Index Data will be exhibiting at the 2018 ALA Atlanta Midwinter Meeting and Exhibits, Feb. 9 – 13, so drop by and visit us at Booth #622. We would love to see you! For a free exhibit pass, please send us an email.

If you’d like to chat, call us to set something up in advance, since our schedule tends to get a little crowded during the conference.

 

Index Data is exhibiting at ALA Midwinter 2018 in Denver

BostonVoyager Magazine Interviews Index Data’s Sebastian Hammer

As part of a series of articles featuring interviews with Boston’s most inspiring entrepreneurs and independent businesses, BostonVoyager magazine highlights Sebastian Hammer and Index Data.:

http://bostonvoyager.com/interview/meet-sebastian-hammer-index-data-office-formally-faneuil-hall-marketplace-company-made-entirely-remote-workers-rarely-gather/ .

Index Data’s Peter Murray Leading NISO Training on RESTful APIs

Peter Murray (Open Source Community Advocate) is leading an 8-week online training session for NISO on Working with Scholarly Information Resource RESTful APIs. As the lead instructor, Peter gives participants a grounding in HTTP REST principles and then guides attendees through guest lectures from representatives several prominent companies and projects, including CrossRef, Orcid, OCLC, and IIIF. This hands-on training takes principles from the broader web community and applies them to services and needs that are specific to the library and publishing fields.

For more information and to register, see the NISO website: http://www.niso.org/events/2017/09/niso-training-program-working-scholarly-restful-apis

FOLIO at SXSW EDU 2018 – Please cast your vote!

Cast your vote in the SXSW Panel Picker! Voting extended to 11:59pm PT this Sunday, August 27. Please consider a vote for the FOLIO entry “The Emergence of a New Model in Library Technology”.

Index Data Offers a View of Repository Integration with FOLIO

With the development of the core FOLIO modules well underway, Index Data staff are thinking about how the FOLIO platform can be extended to new areas of libraries. One example is the Intersection of Repositories with the FOLIO Library Services Platform, a new whitepaper that explores how FOLIO can interface with and extend the functionality of content repositories. Released in time for the Open Repositories 2017 conference in Brisbane, Australia, we welcome thoughts and ideas from the Open Repository community in how these two pieces of software can effectively interact and extend to new areas of library automation.

Index Data at the FOLIO Symposium in Rome, June 20 – 21

On June 20, Sebastian Hammer will be presenting at the FOLIO Symposium hosted by La Sapienza University in Rome. Topics include:
– The Platform, The Process, The Product
– EU Community Potential
– Open Source Communities

Join us in Rome to explore the future of library technology!

Index Data at ELAG 2017 in Athens, Greece

Index Data is presenting at the 41st European Library Automation Group (ELAG) Systems Seminar in Athens (Greece), June 6 – 9, 2017.

Peter Murray and Jakub Skoczen will be presenting a boot camp for FOLIO Developers: Getting your own FOLIO instance running. In addition, our CEO, Lynn Bailey, will be giving a talk on Rethinking Approaches to Resource Management. If you are at ELAG, please say hello!

Index Data at the Open Repositories 2017 Conference, June 26 – 30

Index Data’s Peter Murray will be attending the Open Repositories 2017 Conference in Brisbane, Australia and will join other speakers discussing FOLIO. Explore the development of the FOLIO project with members of the open source community. Learn about goals and deliverables along the product roadmap, platform architecture and design, the concept of an App Store, new services and the microservices-based architecture. Learn about current Special Interest Groups (SIGs) that contribute to specific functional areas of the FOLIO platform and discuss the creation of a regional SIG.

The presentation will take place on Tuesday, June 27, 2017 from 1 PM to 5 PM at the Royal On The Park Hotel, 152 Alice Street. Join librarians, developers and service providers as we explore the future of library technology!