HackerLab to, Once Again, Enthrall PDXers

Blog Post created by aniessen-esristaff Employee on Aug 7, 2015

HackerLab June 2.jpg On August 20th, we will be hosting our third HackerLab training in Portland, OR at the Esri R&D Center.


HackerLab is a four-hour, hands-on strategically guided lab for developers that gets them acquainted with ArcGIS Online, APIs and Services, Web AppBuilder, AppStudio, as well as open source utilities they can use for building mapping applications.


Four members of the GeoDev Team help lead these labs: John Gravois, Allan Laframboise, David Martinez, and Andy Gup. For this one, Allan will be leading it. He’s also helped put together a GitHub repo that contains much of the HackerLab hands-on learning content for those of you who have not had the pleasure of attending one of these free events.


HackerLabs in Portland, OR have been incredibly successful, but limited on seating, so we plan to continue revisiting the area as long as it continues to be in demand. One of the greatest parts about the training is that it is held right there in the Esri R&D Center, so the attendees get to see what Esri is working on and meet some of the on-site staff. They can also continue to make connections by attending other events that take place in the center, such as MaptimePDX and PDX iOS meetups.


Interested in attending a HackerLab event? Leave a comment below to share where you’d like to see one happen!