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Acadiana .NET Meeting Tonight - Speaker Al Pascual of ESRI

From: Mike B.
Sent on: Thursday, October 14, 2010 8:37 AM
The Acadiana .Net User group will have a special guest speaker in from California (Al Pascual of ESRI) this evening to talk about how to visualize data in a ?geo way? for Web and mobile applications. This is a GIS development topic of how to program GIS web and mobile applications.

Location: LEDA ? 211 E Devalcourt St, Lafayette LA 70506
Sponsored By: John Chance Land Surveys, Inc. (A Fugro Company)
Date: October 14, 2010

5:45 - 6:00 pm: Networking and Food
6:00 - 7:30 pm: (.NET) Visualize Data in a ?geo way? with WP 7 and Silverlight
7:30 - until: Open Forum for questions and Raffle
Topic: Visualize Data in a ?geo way? with WP 7 and Silverlight

Overview: Geospatial data is being used everywhere these days, from social media, to citizen reporting 311 applications, to tracking government spending. This talk will discuss design tips and go over the requirements for creating a better user experience and how to visualize data in a ?geo way? for Windows Phone 7 and Silverlight applications.
Speaker: Al Pascual

Company: ESRI
Al Pascual was born, bred and educated in Barcelona Spain,. He moved to England as a young lad to work as a developer in start-ups in the technology field. After seven years working in many small companies, Al moved to California with dreams of stock options to work for another start-up and enjoyed the world of low-level C and C++. After spending a few years working as a consultant, when .NET came out, Al helped companies be more productive. He became a pure web developer, believing that HTTP will rule the world and ASP.NET had nothing to do with classic ASP. Finally growing up and joining the corporate world to be part of the matrix, Al now has a wife, 3 daughters, 2 dogs, 2 rats, 1 turtle and a mortgage. He?s happy to work for a big company like Esri as a senior software developer working mainly in Silverlight and ASP.NET.

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