Esri UC Behind-the-Scenes: Certification Testing, Using Python to Streamline GIS Workflows, and a poll

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Esri User Conference Behind-the-Scenes: Certification TestingUC Certification Testing

Did you know that you can do your Esri Certification Testing at the User Conference? This year our Certification team is excited to offer certification testing so that you can take your exam before you leave San Diego. Read more >>


The Esri 2018 User Conference is only 15 days away. Want more User Conference updates?  Industry events and activities a GeoDev Meetup, the Esri UC Attendee Guide and so much more. Follow the User Conference space for daily updates about the User Conference.


Using Python to Streamline GIS Workflows  Timothy Hales, Esri Staff, Esri Training

What if there was a way to repeat your workflow without having to touch every single task? What if you could find a way to save time? You can! Python provides a solution to these issues, and Timothy Hales explains how in his recent post, Using Python to Streamline GIS Workflows.



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Writing a Professional Bio for Your GeoNet Profile

So, you are having trouble writing a professional biography for your GeoNet profile. Not sure how to start, what to say or even how to add it to your profile. These simple steps will help you begin writing your professional GeoNet biography and how to add it to your profile. Get started >>



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