We made it to March and to a better sense of work progress!
Introduction to GIS continues to be a blast to teach, but my time is consumed with drafting papers and working on open-source projects.
Work on the Lexington-based conference continues to move forward. Discussions surrounding the name and details on how much technology, business, and art will be a part of this are on-going and I'll post more information as those topics evolve. If you really need to know, you can always join us online in the BDG Slack where I can give you details as they evolve.
As always, all of my work professionally and academically is kept as open-source as possible. To find my papers, blogs, classes, and other projects, check out my GitHub.
I currently organize the Bluegrass Developers Guild in Kentucky. Please join us on Slack (request access through the Guild website) and attend our monthly Open Code sessions!
I organize and sponsor the LexPy Python Group and the Bluegrass Data Science Group. There are monthly meetups for topics related to data science, Python, R, blockchains, GIS, and much more! Please join us via the links above where I will be posting the latest events. We're also always looking for speakers. :)
Geography for Hackers
Introduction to GIS
Introduction to Python
Introduction to R
Web Cartography and Geovisualizations
Data Analysis with Python
Geostatistics with R
A Primer for Critical Thinking
Introduction to Blockchains and Cryptocurrencies
Introduction to Radio Wave and Antenna Theory
Introduction to Cellular Communications
Software Defined Radio
Introduction to GNU Radio