After the EsriUC I changed some of my plans for the rest of the year.
I decided to learn more coding and am currently doing the Skillcrush bootcamp to get familiar with different kids.
I really had no idea how much coding would be a part of this plan.
I have seen more than one map powered by Leaflet, so it is also in my plans to understand.
Who am I becoming, anyway?
I am getting more and more pressure to finish this up and get to a point where i can get hired somewhere. On the table by me is a plain piece of paper that, after this, I will be trying to mind map out the rest of this. This semester is a squiggly line toward the goal as I pick up random pieces along the way.
Sheesh, mapping can really be everywhere, right?
Tuesday I am taking a step back and squishing in the class that is often the first thing someone takes at the community college I'm going to.
I'm calling it my 'easy A' class, but after looking at the $98 textbook I am no longer sure about that. It's on geospatial technologies and, after teaching myself Google Earth over the summer working on a project with UC Riverside it will be refreshing to and actually learn how to do it the most organized way possible.
The other two classes I am taking are a more advanced GIS class and one on organizing data, to describe it very shortly. Both necessary, The organizing data one, I wish, had been offered some other time so I could have done it before the fact instead of after, but this time last year I was only one class in.
How time does fly when you're shoving in anything you can.
So GIS, coding and mapping.
Bring it on.