Date(s) - 01/28/2016
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
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The class is currently full. If you have not registered and want to attend please contact Deb Wilson
This Introduction to Python Programming class is geared towards GIS users who have never programmed anything in their lives. It will go over the basic fundamentals of programming with Python and finish up with laying the foundation of using Python within the ArcGIS framework. Topics will include “What is Python?”, “How do I Python?”, and “What about Object Oriented Programming?”. There will also be an exhibition of using Python within the ArcGIS Desktop environment as well as stand alone scripting. This is meant to slowly introduce you to the core concepts of Python while fanning the flames of your desire to learn more. This is a hands-on class and lunch will be provided.
Instructor: Ben Sloboda
Ben is a GIS Professional with more than 10 years of experience using GIS. He has worked in emergency services, transportation, environmental sciences, natural resources, and software development. He specializes in Python and Web Applications as they pertain to geospatial sciences.
Ben is currently the Senior GIS Developer for RTD in Denver, creating and modifying the web and mobile applications used for public transportation. He has also instructed at Pikes Peak Community College, teaching both GIS and GPS classes. He is very active in the GIS community in Colorado, and is on the Board of Directors for GIS Colorado and the Pikes Peak GIS Advisory Board.
Reservations are closed for this event.