2019 Fall Fling

The CUGOS Fall Fling is a full-day event centered around open source geography. This is a great way to learn about new mapping software, hear how companies are integrating location into their products, and get some hands-on experience with important tools like Leaflet, Turf.js, QGIS, and PostGIS. We welcome all students, professionals, map lovers, coders, and anyone with a passion for learning about spatial information. The Fall Fling is designed for anyone with an interest in maps and open source software.

When? Sunday October 6th, 2019, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Where? Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA. Paul G. Allen Center for Computer Science (CSE)
How? Sign up to be notified here!
Speak! Submit an application to give a talk or workshop!

Sponsors Volunteer Location Code of Conduct
schedule

We're working on a great schedule for this year. Take a peek at the schedule from the 2017 Spring Fling to get a sense of what to expect. If you'd like to give a talk or think you know someone who would give a great talk submit an application here.

sponsors

Interested in sponsoring this event? Send us a message at hello@cugos.org.

volunteer

We are a small team of CUGOS regulars focused on putting together a great event for the broader geospatial community. Interested in helping out? Sign up here.

location

Paul G. Allen
Center for Computer Science (CSE)

Address
185 E Stevens Way NE
Seattle, WA 98195