GEO Jobe is pleased to be exhibiting at this year’s GeoConX Conference which will take place November 5-8 in Dallas, Texas.
Are you heading to the Esri European Petroleum GIS Conference in London next week? If so, we encourage you to be sure to visit our colleagues @conterra to learn about security.manager ArcGIS Edition – fine-grained access control in ArcGIS!
MAGIC is always a big event for GEO Jobe, and this year is no exception! This is a must-attend conference for many companies in and around Tennessee. We will be there to connect with a number of our application users and enterprise customers.
As in previous years, GEO Jobe will be exhibiting at the Mississippi Geospatial Conference, organized by the Mississippi Association for Spatial Technologies, this week. Even more exciting, GEO Jobe COO, David Hansen, and a number of his team will be presenting talks while there.
With the arrival of fall, we welcome the start of another busy conference season. GEO Jobe is pleased to be attending a number of events in the near future. Read on as we share some events of interests where you can meet with us. Of course, we look forward to connecting with many of our […]
Great news – the cartography MOOC is back again, but you better act fast! Esri wants to help GIS professionals polish their skills – enter the latest MOOC, Cartography, from Esri’s Ken Field (@kennethfield), Edie Punt, John Nelson (@John_M_Nelson), Wesley Jones, and Nathan Shephard. While the MOOC officially started Sept 5, new members can still participate.
Did you attend the 2018 ESRIUC? Great news for those of you who couldn’t attend – Esri has made the video recordings from the opening plenary available. Sit back and enjoy hours of motivating footage from Jack and his team as they share the state of the Esri ecosystem and provide a look at what’s […]
There was much live blogging and tweeting etc… during #esriuc (case in point, see GeoNet). However, the live sharing is typically short and sweet, brief snippets and teasers about cool things seen and heard while trying to absorb everything.
Well, here we are. The week after ESRIUC, and Geo Geeks all over the World are nursing their Geo “hangover”, pouring over notes, papers, take-aways, photos, videos, and business cards collected after a very busy week in San Diego.
There’s many networking events taking place during ESRIUC. Indeed, the days are long as you’ll likely be in sessions from 8:30-4 PM. However, the day isn’t done at 4! Rest up prior to UC and catch some sleep on the plane, as you’re going to need some energy to get through the week!