Wednesday, 19 November 2008

GIS Day 2008 - Back to Blogging

It's been a busy, busy year. Everything from a new job here at the City of Surrey, to getting married, to getting back on track with this blog. Maybe James will let me back on Planet Geospatial if I get more consistent!

Today is GIS Day in North America and I've resolved to try and blog at least once a week. We'll see how it goes (must remember these handy tidbits)....

So.... here's a few things happening in Metro Vancouver around GIS Day 2008.

ESRI Regional User Conference: Vancouver. Note to self: Taking place in Burnaby....?

If you need more info on managing your rasters and mobile GIS solutions, this is good place to get the info.

Ron Lake, of locally based Galdos Systems, has blogged about the Geoweb & eGovernance.

URISA BC will holding their winter one-day conference in January 2009. Topic: GIS Analysis and 3D Modelling. These local URISA seminars are pretty good for meeting fellow GIS'ers in municipal gov't and the projects they've worked on lately.

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