Upcoming events

    • 4 Nov 2019
    • 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Riverhouse Conference Center - Cascade E
    • 39
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    Note this registration is only for the Monday workshop not the full conference. 

    Instructor: David Howes, David Howes LLC

    Cost: $200 

    Description: The goal of this workshop is to teach attendees how to extend ArcGIS Pro by using Python to create functionality that can run as standalone programs or operate inside the software as geoprocessing tools. 

     

    Four topics will be covered: (1) ArcGIS Pro Python overview and setup; (2) Upgrading ArcGIS for Desktop tools for use in ArcGIS Pro; (3) Running Python scripts; and (4) Creating geoprocessing tools (script tools and Python Toolboxes).

     

    JetBrains PyCharm (Community Edition) will be used for coding demonstrations and a brief introduction to its features and capabilities will be provided.

     

    Intended Audience - GIS professionals familiar with the ArcGIS Pro and basic Python programming.

     

    Learning Objectives

    • Extend the capabilities of ArcGIS Pro using Python.
    • Explore the relative merits and applicability of the Python extensibility options.
    • Create Python standalone programs and geoprocessing tools.

    Format and Requirements: The workshop will consist of a balance between lecture material and demonstrations. Attendees will be able to follow along during the demonstrations, but those who wish to do so must bring their own laptop with ArcGIS Pro (latest version) and JetBrains PyCharm (Community Edition) installed. Anyone unfamiliar with PyCharm is advised to work through the introductory materials available from the JetBrains website (https://www.jetbrains.com/pycharm/) before arriving at the workshop.

    • 4 Nov 2019
    • 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Riverhouse Conference Center - Cascade E
    • 20
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    Note this registration is only for the Monday workshop not the full conference. 

    Instructor: Scott Moore, Solution Engineer, Esri

    Cost: $50

    Description: ArcGIS Enterprise is a key component of the ArcGIS platform. It provides you with a complete GIS that runs behind your firewall, in your infrastructure, on-premises, and in the cloud and works with your enterprise systems and policies. In this lecture-format workshop, we will discuss how to successfully deploy ArcGIS Enterprise in your organization. We will also discuss new capabilities which have recently been released as part of ArcGIS Enterprise, like ArcGIS Enterprise Sites, collaborations, and shared instances. Come learn how to design and deploy your own ArcGIS Enterprise environment and hear tips and tricks, and see the steps to build intuitive web pages that reflect your organization’s branding and support users of all experience levels.   Whether you’ve already deployed ArcGIS Enterprise to your organization, or are just beginning to think about it, you’ll get ideas on how to configure it for the best possible experience and results, and how to develop governance to support and engage users of all types successfully.

    Intended Audience - GIS users and managers will benefit from this workshop, especially those who want to take their server GIS to the next level. It is expected that advanced technical discussions will take place. A high-level understanding of ArcGIS Enterprise components as well as a familiarity with ArcGIS Online is recommended to get the most out of it. 

    Format and Requirements: Lecture only.

    • 4 Nov 2019
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Riverhouse Conference Center - Cascade D
    • 25
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    Note this registration is only for the Monday workshop not the full conference. 

    Instructor: Eric Pimpler, Geospatial Training Services 

    Cost: $399 

    Description: In this one day workshop students will learn to use ArcGIS Pro for spatial and attribute editing as well as geoprocessing automation with the new task framework. 

    Format and Requirements: This is a lecture style instruction with hands on workshops. Students need to bring their own laptop with ArcGIS Pro 2.x installed.  

    • 4 Nov 2019
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Riverhouse Conference Center - Cascade C
    • 25
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    Note this registration is only for the Monday workshop not the full conference.

    Instructor: Aaron Licker, Geospatial Consulting

    Cost: $399

    Description: In this one day workshop students will learn how to approach geo-spatial data to derive additional value for their organizations or clients.  The workshop will cover topics such as context building, developing an analytical mindset, organizational capacity building and effective communication of geospatial data and analysis.

    Intended Audience - GIS professionals, analysts and project managers working for local governments or engineering or planning consultancies

    Learning Objectives

    • Through a series of case studies, develop an appreciation of the immense value that GIS data and analysis can provide to a wide degree of audiences (how to look at data).
    • Develop techniques that can be employed on a day-to-day basis to communicate this value in plain English (how to talk about data).

    Format and Requirements: Lecture plus hands on workshop.  Students will need to bring their own laptop with ArcMap 10.7 and/or ArcGIS Pro 2.x installed.

    • 4 Nov 2019
    • 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • Riverhouse Conference Center - Cascade E
    • 36
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    Note this registration is only for the Monday workshop not the full conference. 

    Instructor: David Howes, David Howes LLC

    Cost: $200

    Description: Esri’s Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS supports the creation of web applications that can be extended using widgets, which are built using HTML, CSS and JavaScript. As an example, the Layer List widget consists of a button in the web application and an associated form, which provides information about map layers along with associated functionality. The goal of the workshop is to teach attendees the basic principles required to create their own custom widgets and, thus, add their own functionality to web mapping applications.

     

    Specifically, widgets are based on the Dojo open source toolkit, while the ArcGIS API for JavaScript provides capabilities for working with maps and for performing associated tasks. Custom widgets are developed using the Developer Edition of Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS (https://developers.arcgis.com/web-appbuilder/), which allows for the creation of web applications that can be hosted by organizations, especially within an ArcGIS Enterprise environment (widgets cannot be deployed to ArcGIS Online applications due to security concerns).

    The workshop will provide an introduction to (1) the role of widgets in Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS, (2) the creation of basic Dojo widgets, (3) the use of version 3.x of the ArcGIS API for JavaScript in widget development for 2D applications, and (4) widget deployment.

    Visual Studio Code (https://code.visualstudio.com/) will be used for the demonstrations and a brief introduction to its features and capabilities will be provided.   

    This workshop will provide attendees with a solid basis for developing their own custom widgets for use in Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS applications, which will help them increase the value of their ArcGIS investment and enhance their standing and employability as GIS professionals.

    Intended Audience - GIS professionals having basic familiarity with web development (HTML, CSS and JavaScript) and version 3.x of the ArcGIS API for JavaScript.

    Learning Objective - Extend the capabilities of Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS applications by developing custom widgets.

    A Note about ArcGIS Experience Builder - As stated above, the workshop will focus on the Web AppBuilder Developer Edition and version 3.x of the ArcGIS API for JavaScript. However, a new web application development product called Experience Builder may be available in beta form by the time of the workshop. According to Esri, “there are no plans to replace or discontinue Web AppBuilder. Both builders will be running and maintained in parallel.” In other words, the release of Experience Builder should not lessen the value of learning to develop basic Web AppBuilder widgets. For further details, please see this page https://community.esri.com/thread/235216-arcgis-experience-builder.

    Format and Requirements: The workshop will consist of a balance between lecture material and demonstrations. Attendees will be able to follow along during the demonstrations, but those who wish to do so must bring their own laptop with both Visual Studio Code and Web AppBuilder Develop Edition installed. Links for both products are provided above. Exploring the capabilities of these products prior to arriving at the workshop is strongly encouraged.

    • 4 Nov 2019
    • 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • Riverhouse Conference Center - Cacade E
    • 13
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    Note this registration is only for the Monday workshop not the full conference.

    Instructor: John SharrardSolution Engineer, Esri

    Cost: $50

    Description: Insights for ArcGIS fuses location analytics with data science and business intelligence workflows. Answer questions you didn’t know to ask, analyze data completely, and unlock new insights. Empower analyst of all skill levels, across departments, to directly connect data, perform advanced analytics, and take results into 3rd party systems and ArcGIS.

    This ½ day, hands-on, workshop will use Esri provided laptop computers and be delivered in a “lecture then exercise” format. You will learn about the capabilities of Insights for ArcGIS. See demonstrations and scenarios of use. Take self-paced lesson(s) to experience Insights for ArcGIS. Have the opportunity to work with your own data or provided sample data while Esri staff is available to take questions. Engage in peer-to-peer collaboration.

    Format and Requirements: Lecture and lab. Laptops will be provided. 

     

    • 5 Nov 2019
    • 7:00 AM (PST)
    • 7 Nov 2019
    • 12:30 PM (PST)
    • Riverhouse on the Deschutes (Bend, Oregon) - Cascade Ballroom
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    Note this registration is only for the conference. Workshops need to be registered and paid for separately.  Learn more.

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