The upcoming month presents an opportunity for reflection and giving thanks. Our November conferences, likewise, will reflect improvements made to CARTO’s Location Intelligence platform, and you’ll be thankful not to have missed these informative sessions.
Jaak Laineste, Head of CARTO’s Mobile team, will be present at WhereCamp GeoIT Navigation Conference in Berlin, Germany. Laineste’s talk, titled “Creating Accessible Insight: Adventures in Open Source Location Technology with CartoDB,” is scheduled for Friday, November 4th starting at 10:20am.
This year’s Open Data Science Conference West will run six concurrent conferences over three days in Santa Clara, California. Tyler Bird, our Community Development Strategist, is scheduled to participate within the Open Visualization Conference on Saturday, November 5th. Tyler’s presentation, titled [“Multi-Dimensional Mapping,”] starts at 3:45pm, and will explore data analysis and design in web mapping applications.
CARTO is excited to announce Michael Giddens, a CARTO partner, will be speaking at SenchaCon 2016. Michael holds 17 years of experience as a solutions architect and long-term veteran of Ext JS. He has developed and worked with numerous companies creating unique applications, which have impacted industry and the scientific communities alike. Michael is currently director of Crestone Digital, LLC, which specializes in geospatial web applications and big data projects.
Michael will discuss how to integrate geospatial maps and big data using CARTO-Ext JS components. These new components allow developers to visualize, filter dynamically, create time-lapse animations, and explore large location datasets at unprecedented scales. This presentation is scheduled for Wednesday, November 9th starting at 11:10AM at the Aria Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, an apt location given this year’s theme, “Winning the Modern Web.”
Andres Gallardo Albajar, from Mobi Lab, will be demonstrating how CARTO’s Location Intelligence platform aids in resiliency planning and smart city initiatives at this year’s Smart Cities Expo World Congress (SCEWC) in Barcelona, Spain. Be sure to stop by Mobi Lab’s booth to meet Andres, learn about CARTO Builder, and share tips and insights related to smart city programs.
We’ll remind you about these events (and more!) throughout the month, but we wanted you to start marking your calendar today!
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