Geospatial Training Event: Introduction to Programming ArcGIS with Python Workshop

If you spend any time at all hanging out on github or on Esri GeoNet, in geotech linkedin Groups, or at local DevMeetups and other ArcGIS developer meets you are no doubt in the know that Python for ArcGIS is an in-demand skill. All one needs to do is browse some of the GIS programmer career opportunities found online (and there’s plenty of them) and you’ll soon realize that having Python coding skills and experience on your resume or Linkedin skill set can be a huge career boost. We’re pleased to share details of some fine Python training coming to the Nashville, TN area – what a great excuse to come and visit the Music City! 

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We’re pleased to share details of some awesome in-class training coming up in Spring of 2017 designed to help Geo professionals get up to speed with skills in Python coding, specifically for those working with ArcGIS. Delivered by our friends from Geospatial Training Services, the Introduction to Programming ArcGIS with Python Workshop will take place on location in Nashville, TN April 26 & 27 (each day from 8:30 – 4:00) – Note, an Intermediate workshop takes place the following day, April 28, 2017. This class is based on the book Programming ArcGIS with Python Cookbook (2nd Edition), written by Eric Pimpler.  The course materials are applicable to ArcGIS Desktop 10.4, 10.3, 10.2, and 10.1.

Programming ArcGIS with Python Workshop – Introduction
Location: April 26th and 27th, 2017, Nashville, TN
Information and Registration

Other Spring in-class training workshops include:

  • Building ArcGIS Apps with Web AppBuilder – No Coding! March 29th, Biloxi, MS
  • Getting Started with the ArcGIS Server API for JavaScript, March 30th and 31st, Biloxi, MS


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