Librarians will delight in the Code4Lib Journal (C4LJ), a resource at the "intersection of libraries, technology, and the future." Dedicated to information sharing, "C4LJ aims to help engender collective understanding and the necessary support for improving library technology and digital services." Launched in 2007, the journal now has nearly 50 issues, all available under a Creative Commons license. Articles from the most recent issue (August 2020) are found on the home page. Pieces include "Open Source Tools for Scaling Data Curation at QDR
" and "Using Integrated Library Systems and Open Data to Analyze Library Cardholders." To browse older articles, explore the Archives page (linked on the right-hand panel as "Older Issues"). Readers with a niche topic in mind can also use the search bar to scout on-point articles across the database. C4LJ is managed by a global editorial committee of 13 members from various institutions and library backgrounds. Readers interested in pitching a piece to this team should check out the Process and Structure page.