TNRIS invites you to Austin on Friday, May 4, 2018, for the 6th annual GeoRodeo - a roundup of geodevelopers, coders and any professional from across the state of Texas who is looking to incorporate new ideas and creative solutions into their work.
This free, interactive, technical conference, held annually in Austin, is geared towards the Texas GIS/geospatial developer community.
Join us to learn about tips and techniques for open data, open source, commercial GIS applications, and more!
Presentations will be categorized to help ensure the GeoRodeo has something for everyone. Although, we consider all presentation subjects and do not limit only to the listed categories. This years' categories include:
Yes, this event is designed to help you make connections and provide some guidance for accomplishing your geospatial goals. There will be an emphasis on coding and breaking down the process for modern geospatial solutions.
Yes, we encourage you to bring your own laptop loaded with whatever tools and code that you may want or need. There will be wireless internet connections available. Note: Make sure you have a fully charged battery to avoid power outlet ‘range wars’!
Attendees and participating organizations at the GeoRodeo are required to agree to a Code of Conduct.