CartoDB at FOSS4G 2014


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CartoDB at FOSS4G 2014

Soon CartoDB will join the largest open-source geospatial conference FOSS4G with a permanent presence. As a leading open-source project we're excited about this event and will be sending several members of the CartoDB team to Portland to participate. We look forward to showing you what sets the CartoDB GIS cloud apart and hope to see you at our following sessions and workshops:


How to tell stories and engage an audience with maps (Wednesday Sep 10th - 10:30 - 10:55) by Andrew Hill

Empowering people popularizing open-source and building a business (Wednesday Sep 10th 15:30 - 15:55) by Javier de la Torre and Andrew Hill

Dynamic mapping on the web: building a scalable service for thousands of companies (Friday Sep 12th 13:00 - 13:25) by Javier Santana and Alejandro Martinez

The unrelenting progress of design in open-source (Friday Sep 12h 14:00 - 14:25) by Sergio Álvarez Leiva

We'll also be giving a couple of workshops: [Creating Interactive Online Maps with CartoDB] (Monday morning) and [Bringing together SQL CartoCSS and Javascript to tell stories with data using CartoDB] (Tuesday morning)

Javier Santana will also be speaking at JS.geo a geospatial Javascript conference on September 9th.

Be sure to stop by the CartoDB booth in the expo area where we'll be sharing with everyone who wants to learn more about developing geospatial projects.

PS. Remember to submit your maps to the FOSS4G Map Gallery before the end of August!