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Events & Training Roundup — March 2017

Get a snapshot of upcoming events: spring Esri Canada User Conferences, Insights for ArcGIS webinar, ArcGIS 3: Performing Analysis course and much more.


Insights for ArcGIS: Understanding Spatial and Tabular Data
March 9, 1 – 2 pm (ET) 
Insights for ArcGIS revolutionizes the way GIS and non-GIS users analyze data with maps. In this webinar, we’ll show how, with a simple drag-and-drop technique, you can gain useful insights into your data. You will also learn how data is accessed through cards to create maps, charts, graphics and tables that are all interconnected and can be easily synchronized. Finally, we’ll show you how to leverage powerful point in polygon aggregation analysis and filtering data for a targeted community.

ArcGIS for Developers: Choosing the Right Approach
April 20, 1 – 2 pm (ET)
Cost-effectively delivering the best experience and functionality for the audience of their app is an important goal for GIS developers and their managers. This webinar will help developers and managers level up their knowledge of the ArcGIS SDKs and APIs. We’ll compare native versus web strategies, look at what ArcGIS capabilities are offered, identify which SDKs offer cross-platform development and provide some clarity on licensing scenarios.

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Esri Canada User Conferences

London User Conference
London, ON
April 4 – Four Points by Sheraton

Thunder Bay User Conference
Thunder Bay, ON
April 12 – Valhalla Inn

Québec City User Conference
Québec City, QC
April 19 – Centre des congrès de Québec

Winnipeg User Conference
Winnipeg, MB
April 25 – Fort Garry Winnipeg

Victoria User Conference
Victoria, BC
May 10 – Victoria Conference Centre

Calgary User Conference
Calgary, AB
May 17 – BMO Centre

Kelowna User Conference
Kelowna, BC
June 6 – Coast Capri

As some of Canada's most important annual events for the GIS community, Esri Canada User Conferences provide you an opportunity to discover exciting new developments about Esri's GIS solutions and network with your peers. Check out photos from the 2016 Esri Canada UCs and access the proceedings.

Conferences & Tradeshows

The National Surveyors’ Conference
Ottawa, ON
March 1-2 – Shaw Centre

Esri Partner Conference
Palm Springs, CA
March 4-6 – Palm Springs Convention Center

Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) 2017
Toronto, ON
March 5-8 – Metro Toronto Convention Centre

GIS CAMA Technologies Conference
Chattanooga, TN
March 6-8 – Chattanooga Convention Centre

Esri Developer Summit
Palm Springs, CA
March 7-10 – Palm Springs Convention Center

Esri User Conference
San Diego, CA
July 10-14 – San Diego Convention Centre


ArcGIS 3: Performing Analysis
This course teaches a standard workflow that you can apply to any spatial analysis project. Working with a variety of ArcGIS tools and data, you will perform different types of analyses to efficiently create reliable results that support informed decision-making. This course is taught using ArcGIS Desktop Advanced, and some course exercises use tools provided in the ArcGIS Spatial Analyst extension.

ArcGIS 4: Sharing Content on the Web
This course prepares you to share geographic content, so it is accessible to everyone who needs it, when they need it and however they want to access it. You will learn ArcGIS best practices to publish your organization's authoritative GIS data, maps and tools as services that can be discovered on your organization's public or private ArcGIS portal, easily accessed from desktop and online applications and featured in web and mobile apps.

Deploying Portal for ArcGIS
Learn best practices to deploy Portal for ArcGIS to meet your organization's need for private, secure geospatial content sharing. This course introduces the architectural and security models that support Web GIS workflows. You will learn how to configure Portal for ArcGIS and its supporting GIS service and data-hosting components to enable a complete Web GIS in your infrastructure.