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An Abundance of Education at CalGIS 2014

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Tuesday, February 4th 2014


An Abundance of Education at CalGIS 2014

The program details for the 20th Annual California GIS Conference have been announced. Come to Monterey, April 14-16, to join the California GIS community for education, networking and a celebration of the 20th anniversary conference. Important panel discussions and town hall meetings, a dozen breakout sessions, and ignite talks will be featured. Attendees will have ample opportunities to discover technology solutions in the exhibit hall and also connect with their peers during the networking events.

Participants will have the pleasure of hearing from a number of featured speakers during keynote and general sessions at CalGIS 2014:

Jack Dangermond Esri

Mike Migurski Code for America

Eric Gundersen MapBox

Dylan Lorimer Google

Review the program details, sponsorship opportunities, hotel and registration information at www.calgis.org.

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