Networking is a valuable aspect of being part of the GIS community. Learn about ways to connect with other geospatial professionals through GIS conferences, social media (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google+) as well as how to participate in the broader GIS discussion forum.
Joining a GIS organization is a great way to network and to exchange ideas. There is a growing number of non-profit and industry specific groups to choose from. Browse this list to find one that meets your needs. For regional and local GIS groups, visit the GIS User Groups page. AAG GIS GIS speciality group of the [...]
Gretchen Peterson is a well-known geospatial professional who has run her own GIS consulting firm, Peterson GIS, since 2001. She has worked on a wide range of GIS projects including (just to name a few) solar energy site suitability analysis, stream restoration prioritization, wildlife corridor design, and an archaeological sensitivity model. Her extensive experience with [...]
Whether it’s your first time or tenth time attending Esri’s Annual User Conference in San Diego, this annual get together is always a fantastic opportunity for users and developers of Esri software to enhance their skills and to network with other GIS professionals from around the world. Starting July 23rd and running through the 27th, this year’s [...]