James Fee: GIS in the Rockies 2013 Keynote

James Fee presents “How to Remain Relevant in the Age of Change,” the first keynote for the 2013 GIS in the Rockies Conference, held in Denver, Colorado on October 9, 2013.

Recorded and broadcast live by Ethan Crawford, RockyMedia

Presentation description:
Technology moves fast and when you have your head down doing your job, it is easy to miss where the spatial industry is headed. But you don’t have to stay focused on Twitter all day to know how to keep your skills relevant. There are a couple technologies that GIS and Mapping use that will keep you on top of today’s technology trends and make sure you are completely relevant in today’s workforce. James will go over some amazingly simple ways to make sure you don’t get left behind and give you the tools to be successful in any GIS job.

Presentation slides are posted at http://bit.ly/gitr13_key

Event hosted by GIS in the Rockies on October 9, 2013 in the John Malone Theater at the Cable Center on the University of Denver campus, in Denver, Colorado.

Recorded and broadcast live by Ethan Crawford, RockyMedia

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