GeoDev Meetup - Snazzy Seattle!

We will be hosting an Esri GeoDev Meetup on Wednesday, January 15th. Food and beverages will be provided at the meet up.

This event is a social gathering for developers to discuss the latest in mapping, geo technology, geo services, web and mobile mapping apps, app design, cloud solutions, map data or anything else related to solving real-world "geo" problems.

Developers of all levels of expertise are welcome, from seasoned GIS professionals to those new to geospatial development. 

At these meet ups, you can: 

Meet cool people. 
Show us what you got by demo'ing your application or framework.
Present a cool new/interesting concept or idea.
Impress someone by sharing your experiences.
Make BFFs for life - connect with other geo developers! 

Meet Up Schedule

5:30 - 6:30 PM Registration and Social (Appetizers and Beverages served)

6:30 - 7:30 PM Keynote Speaker  

Mike Mills – Software Developer|SmartMine @ GeoEngineers, Monitoring ArcGIS Server Services via Node.js

7:30 - 8:30 PM Lightning talks 

• David Howes, "Species Protection Area Development with .NET"

• Jason Taylor, "Pies and Pivots - Aesthetic Multi-Dimensional Analysis in ArcMap"

• Ken Pierce, "The Puget Sound Change Map” 

• Michael Patrick, "Legacy KH-9 Imagery. Qgis"

• Stephen Newman, “Landslides near the Trans-Alaska Pipeline mapped using InSAR, optical satellite imagery and GIS.”

8:30 - 9:30 PM Raffle, Networking and Social. Two great prizes:

12-month EDN Subscription
DevSummit Registration

Follow us on Twitter: @Al_Laframboise and @AmyNiessen

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  • Bryant Ralston

    I agree with Jeff - Amy and Allan deserve a collective 'Thank you!' for organizing this event. It was inspiring to see a sampling of the great GIS work going on in the area.

    January 21

  • Andy Barr

    Fantastic meetup! I learned so much and met fantastic people. The connections from the event were top notch and look forward to attending in the future.

    January 19

  • Jeff D.

    Allan and Amy did another great job of hosting! Hope to see you next quarter. Thanks guys.

    1 · January 19

  • Michael


    January 19

  • Ken Pierce

    Fun stuff. Looking forward to the next one. Lots of folks I should chat with more.

    January 17

  • Jan Benson

    Outstanding (learned, connected, met new folks) and entertaining

    January 16

  • Robert Norheim

    Interesting mix of presentations and nice group of people. Thanks!

    January 16

  • Robert Huxford

    The program was great. It is nice to see what others are doing and get ideas for your own program. I am rather new to the development side of GIS so I felt a little overwelmed. Great meeting. I will be there next time.

    January 16

  • Scot McQueen

    Diverse crowd of presenters! Was great to have a mix of old school GIS and front edge of geospatial coding in environments.

    January 16

  • Vicki Martinez

    Excellent talks and lots of great ideas.

    January 15

  • Michael Rosen

    Looking forward to meeting everyone tonight. At the end of the month, I will be traveling to Guatemala for some volunteer humanitarian work. Some of the areas will be very, very rural and our projects there require maps. If anyone has any experience or thoughts on this, I'd love it if you'd chat me up. Is this something that drones could help with? How about OSM?

    January 15

  • Jan Benson

    Yeah and thanks.

    January 14

  • Jan Benson

    Oops, I should have registered earlier. Meeting is full.

    January 13

    • Amy Niessen

      Jan, please try again. You should be able to RSVP now!

      January 13

  • Robert Huxford

    Looking for information on automating mobile data collection for Facilities operations. Also interested in using quad copters for aerial photography and remote sensing. Green River community college has a very good 2 yr AA certificate program and is looking for intern position for our students. Can any of you use a good GIS tecnitian in training?

    2 · January 13

  • Amy Niessen

    Getting closer and closer to our GeoDev Meetup on the 15th! Remember, Andaluca is a little tricky in that you have to go inside the hotel next to the restaurant and then down a set of stairs. There will be doormen/women at the entrance, so if you need directions, feel free to ask them.

    Also, if you're interested in doing a lightning talk, please let me know! We have some slots left and would love to fill them with you. :)

    Ta ta for now!

    January 4

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