It's that time of year again! As hoards of geospatial professionals migrate to the Esri User Conference in San Diego this year we at CartoDB are getting ready once again to celebrate the geospatial industry and foster a culture of location analysis that looks towards the future. The truth is we've been so focused on creating [new technology] creating strong open source alliances and even reframing how we access and use data that this year's time in San Diego will be a time to share innovation and build strong relationships.
Our very own CEO Javier de la Torre accompanied by some of CartoDB's other brilliant minds will be dropping knowledge and showing off some of our latest technology personally while we beat the heat in style poolside of course at the Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina. From Sunday June 26th through Thursday June 30st we'll be available for meetings with open arms (and margaritas) to embrace even the weariest Esri UC traveler. We're really looking forward to seeing you there so if you want to meet drop us a line at email@example.com.
Let's celebrate you the geospatial community
What's better than a party on Tuesday or Wednesday? A celebration on Monday! Start the week off right (and hopefully without a hangover) with CartoDB's Celebration Happy Hour of All Things Geospatial! Celebrating is about sharing moments with the people that matter most. We're bringing the festivities to you right next to the convention center at the FOX Sports San Diego Grill. Come enjoy great company conversation and drinks on us in an intimate and fun open outdoor setting with gorgeous views of the bay. This event is for the Esri UC community and to show how much we love you -- Good times guaranteed.
Here's the deets:
Monday June 27th 2016
FOX Sports San Diego Grill
1 Park Blvd
San Diego CA 92101
- RSVP here!
The truth doesn't have to hurt.
Truth is the geospatial community has always been near and dear to our hearts. They are in fact one of the main reasons we relentlessly strive to bring excellence to spatial practices through open source projects and collaborations that foster a culture of accessibility and innovation. We even push to break down barriers for our users with easy to use tools such as our ArcGIS™ Connector. We do it because you deserve it and because together we can make strides towards a better brighter location technology future.
Happy data mapping!