🎄It’s jingle time!🎄
It’s finally here! We are excited to have lined up 4 fantastic speakers for tonight’s event and with over 100 registered it’s bound to be a very merry night!
- Brett Dascombe: Empowering the next generation of GeoGeeks
- Rob Clout: International business travel during a global pandemic
- Samantha Garbutt: Engaging a neurodiverse / autistic workforce to help solve our industries skills shortage
- Paul Mead: SheMaps – why we need to reimagine STEM
So get yourself a ticket (sadly COVID means no ticket, no getting in) but don’t worry tickets are free and come with a guarantee of no spam or junk, just an invite to a great night out.
Thanks to our fabulous sponsors for the evening, NGIS, without whom this night wouldn’t be possible!
With GeoRabble Sydney fast approaching, we’re excited to announce our lineup of speakers for the evening. Tickets are limited, so register now to guarantee your spot – there are only 20 left!
Nick Evershed, the data and interactives editor for Guardian Australia, will be talking about visualising COVID-19 data for the public.
Mary-Ellen Feeny will be tackling the ‘allied industries’, discussing spatial and the converging environments of data science, engineering, automation, predictive analytics.
Alex Allchin will be presenting on treasure hunting with old maps, detailing his adventures in using modern tech to find survey marks from the 1800s.
Brittany Dahl will be sharing her experience mentoring the next generation of GeoGeeks.
Wilson Yung will be speaking about using mobility data analysis to understand post-lockdown business recovery.
We look forward to seeing you there!