QGIS Workshop will be hosted at Chattanooga State On January 15th and 16th 2020. Registration link is here: https://www.campusce.net/cscc/course/EventDetail.aspx?C=106 Cost: $700 Dollars The first class of the revamped QGIS Workshop is coming up January 15th and 16th 2020. This class is going to be a little bit different than the other iterations. I’ve slowly been […]
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It came and went quickly. To recap: an evil plan was hatched 3 years ago and this was the the final strategic move – a QGIS conference. The local community college gave me a room and people donated and it happened. The night before the meeting we had a social at the Tap House. Fun […]
QGIS Classes have been scheduled through 2020 – which is a first. Changes – oh there are several: QGIS Workshop is 2 days now making it 16 hours total. We’re covering everything from the interface to editing to building forms to symbology. It’s going to be a busy two days. Class is still hands on […]
So things are moving. Things are always a bit terrifying as this starts pulling together. I’ve been tossing updates everywhere – so here’s an update for the Blog. Official Stuff Website: https://wiki.osgeo.org/wiki/20191000-QGIS-US Date: October 25th 2019 So the first big thing: A Social. I’m headed down to the Tap House this week to make sure […]