Josh Poley and I will be at the FOSS4G conference next week to talk about Cesium as part of the ecosystem of open-source geospatial software. AGI was awesome to sponsor the conference so we have a booth in the Exhibition Hall with Cesium demos and new Cesium giveaways!
Here's the full Cesium-related schedule:
- Tuesday, September 9. 2:45-3:15 PM: I'm giving a talk, "Creating 3D web maps with Cesium", at the co-located JS.Geo conference. This will focus on live coding in Sandcastle.
- Thursday, September 11. 4-5 PM: We're organizing the WebGL Geospatial BOF to discuss all things WebGL-related relevant to the geospatial community.
- Friday, September 12. 2-2:25 PM: I'm giving a talk, "What's new in Cesium: the open-source alternative for 3D maps", to present what is new in Cesium since FOSS4G NA 2013 and why Cesium is a great alternative to closed-source globes.
Wednesday through Friday, we will show Cesium at the AGI booth in the Exhibition Hall. Stop by and say hi or email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) to set up a specific time to talk about your Cesium-related work.
Slides and videos for our talks will be posted after the conference. See you in Portland!