GeoGraphic

Mapping, Cartography and Geographic Information Systems

Browsing Posts in Presentations

I’ve been rather busy lately, getting things done and delivering the odd presenatation here and there.

I note that SlideShare have moved to a ‘freemium’ model, severely resticting the size of uploads to their site, so I’m giving SpeakerDeck a whirl for my most recent presentation – ‘What’s special about Spatial’ – which I gave at 3DCamp in Limerick yesterday.

Here it is:

If the deck doesn’t appear please try reloading the page, or you can see the presentation on the SpeakerDeck site here

We had a great day at the MapInfo Irish User Conference yesterday. I will blog a bit more about it at the weekend, but in the meantime here is my slide deck:

You may want to click through to SlideShare to see the speaker notes.

Those wonderful people at Ignite Dublin have posted a video of my talk on their YouTube channel.

Here it is:

Well, that was a blast.

I really enjoyed Ignite Dublin 8 last Thursday. There was a huge variety of talks, and I was lucky not to be following hilarious presentations by Shirley Temple-Bar and David McKeown.

This was Conor Houghton‘s last time at the helm of Ignite Dublin and I wish him well in his future endeavours in Bristol, he’ll be missed here in Dublin for sure.

I mentioned previously that the talks will be posted on the Ignite Dublin YouTube channel, I’ll update this post when mine goes online, which will be in a few weeks. But in the meantime my slidedeck is below, you may want to click through to see the speaker notes.

Now to plan my next Ignite talk…

I gave a lecture to UCC MSc students today on the topic “GeoDemographics and GeoCoding: An Introduction to Sources and methods” My slide deck is below.

I’m pretty exited by my next speaking appointment, Ignite Dublin 8, which takes place in The Science Gallery on Pearse St in Dublin next Thursday 8th December. Each Ignite presentation is recorded and posted on YouTube afterwards, I’ll post mine when it’s online, I’m busy writing and re-writing it now.

If you’re not familiar with the Ignite concept, the idea is that each speaker has only 5 minutes and has 20 slides which auto-advance every 15 seconds. This keeps things short and sweet and ensures a wide range of topics can be fitted into each Ignite session – there will be 18 speakers at Ignite Dublin 8, talking about things ranging from Archaeology to Robotics. And Maps, of course!

Powered by WordPress Web Design by SRS Solutions © 2014 GeoGraphic Design by SRS Solutions