At the end of May Terra GIS is offering a 2 day class on QGIS Desktop GIS at the Impact HUB, Seattle, Washington. The class will focus on practical exercises in a workshop style setting. The class will enable ArcGIS users to easily transition to using QGIS and its comprehensive tool kit (or to use it in addition to their existing GIS software). Participants can choose to attend the full two day class or optionally attend only one of the two days. Details about the class can to be found here.
Terra GIS is offering a 2 day hands-on pre-conference workshop at the 28th annual Northwest GIS Users Conference – WORKING ACROSS BORDERS. The conference this year will be held at the Lynnwood Convention Center, about 15 miles north of downtown Seattle, Washington. The pre-conference workshop will be held on Monday October 13th and Tuesday October 14th, 2014, the main conference program will continue until Friday of the same week. Details about the workshop are here and the official conference workshop pages/registration are here.
Today I gave a pretty general talk “Cartography and composition of interactive Maps“ at the WAURISA GIS 2014 conference in Tacoma. The talk is strongly based on Ian Muehlenhaus’s excellent book “Web Cartography. Map design for Interactive and Mobile devices” (2014). This years conference had a strong theme about communication which worked out really well and my presentation fit right in. The presentation slides are here.