2018 GeoRodeo Wrap-Up and Photos

Another Texas spring, another successful GeoRodeo!!!

The entire TNRIS staff and especially the Developer Team would like to express our most sincere gratitude to all of this years' speakers and attendees. Each year we strive to ensure this event is joyous, educational and comfortable for everyone and we hope each participant felt the benefits of these efforts. Whether it was the detailed raster tiling processes demonstrated by Mark Korver, the open data narrative told by Andrew Turner, the serverless database education by Chris Williams, or the story of Christy Burch's self-taught coding, we hope that you enjoyed these and all other presenters.

We know you're interested in the presenter's slides. As they arrive they will be posted to the GeoRodeo webpage.

Looking into the future for the 2019 GeoRodeo we are considering several changes in hopes of shakin' it up and hosting a fresh, fun conference. Look out for information and updates as the plans come together. We hope to see you all again next spring!

Thanks again, TNRIS and the Developer Team


In addition to visits from talented coders, the 2018 GeoRodeo had a special visit from TNRIS's good friend, GIS Cat.

Like TNRIS, the GIS Cat is agile when it comes to managing data, and managing funky dance moves.

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