For three decades, the Texas GIS Forum has been the can't-miss event for the statewide GIS community. Come to Austin this fall to hear about the latest advancements in the private and public sector and take the opportunity to touch base with long-time colleagues – as well as make new connections.
|Before Sept. 21||Sept. 21 - Oct. 12||Onsite||One Day|
Are you a recent GIS graduate or unemployed GIS practitioner? Call us at 512-463-8337 to discuss attending the Forum at the discounted student rate.
If you're looking to fill GIS positions, there's no better place to put out the call than at the Forum, where the most highly qualified GIS practicioners in Texas will be gathered in one place. Submit your job opening, and we'll have it posted up at the conference.Submit to the Job Board
Brian Unger, currently with the Travel Channel, has hosted across all media, including the History Channel's How the States Got their Shapes', and as a correspondent with Comedy Central's The Daily Show.
Bill Johnson is AppGeo's 'Carpe Geo' Evangelist, an engaging speaker who shares his insights tying government initiatives to the most advanced GIS technology through collaboration, thoughtful investment, and consistent attention to excellence.
10100 Burnet Rd.
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