2024 IOOS Code Sprint Registration Reminder

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Mathew Biddle - NOAA Federal

Apr 12, 2024, 1:38:16 PMApr 12
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Greetings DMAC Community! 

This is a reminder that registration is now open for the IOOS 2024 DMAC Code Sprint! The sprint will be held at the Pitch at the WHARF in Washington D.C. with an option for virtual participation.

Please register by April 20th, 2024 using this form.

For more information about the IOOS 2024 DMAC Code Sprint see https://ioos.github.io/ioos-code-sprint/2024/ 

If you are interested in participating, below are a couple important pieces of information:

  • Registration: Please complete this form by April 20, 2024.

  • Hotel rooms: For those attending in-person, hotel reservations through our block at the Canopy by Hilton are available through April 20, 2024. Group Code: CCOSP. More details can be found here.

  • Travel Vouchers: We will have a limited number of travel vouchers available again this year to assist with travel and hotel for in person attendees. They are made available by the IOOS Program Office for members of IOOS Regional Association staff and partners. Please indicate your interest in a travel voucher in the registration form and we will reach out with more information.

  • Topics: As in previous Code Sprint events, the topics are identified by the participants. Have a problem that’s been nagging you? Need some help pushing something over the finish line? Have an idea but need to brainstorm on a solution? Submit your ideas here.

As a reminder the IOOS Code Sprint is a 3-day hackathon style hybrid event on 21-23 May 2024, organized by the Mid-Atlantic Regional Association Coastal Ocean Observing System (MARACOOS) and the Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS) Office in Washington D.C. Over the course of the event, teams of developers, academic researchers, and community members will work on projects that address pressing data and information challenges. Projects will relate to the IOOS mission to produce, integrate, and communicate high quality ocean, coastal and Great Lakes information that meets the safety, economic, and stewardship needs of the Nation.

Thanks and hope to see you there!


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