Topics, training formats, agenda: here is your first entry point to the training provided by our Open Source experts.
The GeoForm project provides a set of tools (or framework) to facilitate the creation of web pages containing forms from models described in Python for different types of data, including geometries.
Git is a simple and effective distributed file type deposit very much used in free and open source projects through portals such as GitHub.
Knowledge of advanced GeoServer functionality, optimized server setup and understanding of high availability issues.
The geOrchestra project aims at developing a modular spatial data infrastructure, interoperable and Open Source, based on the best available map components.
Update your skills with this upgrade and get an overview of the capabilities of QGIS.
Installation and configuration of QGIS and its extensions.
This session will allow you to acquire the necessary skills for the development of QGIS plugins in Python.
This session will teach you how to publish your data on the web: Apache server configuration, publishing process, connection services to a light client based on OpenLayers3 and QGIS.
Training on the architecture of geospatial applications, implementation and configuration of the different software components.
System Administration for the installation of a complete WebGIS environment and the configuration on a Linux server.
Develop your Web aplications with the new version of OpenLayers 3: more efficient and based on modern technologies (HTML5, CSS3 and WebGL).
Installation, querying and optimization of spatial database with PostGIS.
PostGIS: advanced implementation, administration and performance.
Features, characteristics and limitations of MapServer and implemention in a GIS project.