Upcoming Courses: Working with Geodatabases and ArcGIS Server JavaScript API

Posted on November 3, 2009. Filed under: ArcGIS Server, Dojo, ESRI, Geodatabase, GeoSpatial Training Services |

We have a couple opportunities for you to take part in our upcoming Internet based, instructor led courses.

Working with Geodatabases and Linear Referencing
December 7th – 18th
This course, taught by John Schaeffer of Juniper GIS, is designed to teach students all the fundamentals of the Geodatabase; creating and managing the geodatabase, using domains, subtypes and topology to better manage your data, using images with the geodatabase, and using specialized editing tools to correct and clean data, and creating routes.

Students will learn how to use Geodatabases by working through two realistic projects. The first project is preparing data for a burn plan on the Florida Panther Refuge; the second is working with stream data from the Wenatchee National Forest to analyze fish populations

Mastering the ArcGIS Server JavaScript API
January 11th – February 19th
Our Mastering the ArcGIS Server JavaScript API course is a series of 7 modules that will teach you how to build high performance, attractive Web mapping applications using the lightweight, browser based ArcGIS Server JavaScript API.

Modules

  • Introduction to JavaScript
  • Introduction to the ArcGIS Server JavaScript API
  • Application Debugging with FireFox and Firebug
  • Dojo + ArcGIS Server = Rapid Application Development
  • Advanced Dojo Concepts
  • Integrating ArcGIS Server with Google Maps
  • Capstone Project

Short on funds for GIS training?  You may wish to consider our “Save the Pig” subscriptions.

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