3 New Courses from GeoSpatial Training Services

Posted on August 3, 2011. Filed under: Uncategorized |

GeoSpatial Training Services is excited to announce the release of 3 new courses including Introduction to Managing ArcSDE with SQL Server, Introduction to Web Development, and Introduction to ArcGIS Online.

The first session of our newest instructor guided, Internet based Virtual GIS Classroom course entitled “Introduction to Managing ArcSDE with SQL Server” will be delivered beginning September 26th.  Learn how to configure SQL Server for ArcSDE, configure and optimize ArcSDE, perform database backup and recovery, manage ArcSDE, store and manage vector and raster data, manage versioned and non-versioned databases.

Course Modules

  • SQL Server Configuration for ArcSDE
  • Configuration and Optimization of ArcSDE
  • Database Backup and Recovery
  • Managing ArcSDE
  • Storage and Management of Vector and Raster Data in ArcSDE
  • Management of Versioned and Non-Versioned Geodatabases

This course is also now a part of our ArcGIS Server Bootcamp.  The next session of the bootcamp begins September 12th.  Register by August 15th for the pre-registration price of $615.00

Introduction to Web Development
Do you want to start developing web applications but aren’t sure where to begin?  This introductory level course will introduce you to the basic web concepts you need to understand BEFORE you start developing web applications.  This course will give you a solid understanding of things like web servers, IP and DNS addresses, dynamic versus static web pages, web hosting, HTML, CSS, and web programming languages including JavaScript.  We highly recommend that you take this introductory level course as a pre-requisite to our Mastering the ArcGIS Server JavaScript API, Programming the ArcGIS Server API for Flex, Programming ArcGIS Server with Silverlight, Introduction to Programming the Google Maps API, and Introduction to OpenLayers Programming courses. 

Modules
Module 1: Introduction to Web Development
Module 2: Web Architecture
Module 3: Identifying Computers by IP and DNS
Module 4: Static versus Dynamic Web Pages
Module 5: Web Hosting
Module 6: Introduction to HTML
Module 7: Introduction to Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
Module 8: Design and Planning for the Web
Module 9: HTML Editors
Module 10: Tools for Creating Websites
Module 11: Web Programming Languages
Module 12: Introduction to JavaScript

This course will be available September 15th.  Pre-purchase now and save $30.00

Introduction to ArcGIS Online
ArcGIS Online is a website that is created and maintained by ESRI and is dedicated to working with maps and data.  The website acts like an online warehouse of maps, data, applications, and tools provided by ESRI, ESRI partners, and the GIS community.  You can access the website at http://www.arcgis.com/home.  In this course you will be introduced to ArcGIS Online, learn how to search for existing maps, access basemaps, create maps, access online tasks, share contents and maps and use the community maps program.

Modules
Module 1: Introduction to ArcGIS Online
Module 2: Searching ArcGIS Online and Opening Maps
Module 3: Basemaps
Module 4: Creating Maps Using ArcGIS Online
Module 5: ArcGIS Online Tasks
Module 6: Sharing Content and Maps
Module 7: Community Maps Program and ArcGIS Online Groups

This course will be available September 1st.  Pre-purchase now and save $30.00

This course is now part of our ArcGIS 10 BundleSave $100 on this bundle during the month of August when you enter the discount code ‘agisbundle‘ (no quotes) when purchasing online.

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