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Hi, welcome to my users page.  I work for the Big Data analytics [http://www.actian.com '''Actian'''], mostly helping with solution architecture and R&D into the latest application of Hadoop for solving SQL analytics problems.
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Hi, welcome to my users page.  I work for the NoSQL database company [http://www.couchbase.com '''Couchbase'''] (and formerly in Big Data analytics at [http://www.actian.com '''Actian/Ingres''']), focusing on product marketing.
  
Gary Sherman now owns and runs Locate Press, though we've partnered to produce another book [http://locatepress.com/books/gpt '''Geospatial Power Tools'''] which does a deep dive into using GDAL/OGR!  Check out his other new books that are in the works.
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I'm proud to have launched [http://www.locatepress.com '''Locate Press'''] several years ago, as the first published focused on open source geospatial topics!  Gary Sherman now owns and runs it but we continue to partner on the occassional project, the latest being [http://locatepress.com/books/gpt '''Geospatial Power Tools'''] which does a deep dive into using GDAL/OGR!  Check out the other dozen or so new books that [http://www.locatepress.com '''are available'''] .
  
 
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A brief look at my OSGeo-related past...  I was OSGeo's [[Executive Director]] (2006-2011) and continue to be interested in partnering with others to keep moving open source geospatial technology to the forefront.  One way I'm doing this is to get quality '''book/training material''' into the marketplace.  After [http://webmappingillustrated.com '''my book'''] (Web Mapping Illustrated) was published in 2005, the need for such '''support material''' has become even clearer - business, government and academia (as well as professionals in general) all need high quality material that is reliable in the '''long term'''.  Learn more about the company I'm building through [http://locatepress.com '''Locate Press'''].  
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A brief look at my OSGeo-related past...  I originally proposed the idea of OSGeo back in 2004/2005. When Dave McIlhagga and Gary Lang put their support behind it, the effort really took off, bringing in dozens more open source geo project leaders and communities.  As OSGeo's [[Executive Director]] (2006-2011) I ran the day to day operations and together we all kept moving open source geospatial technology to the forefront.  Another way I was doing this was to get quality '''book/training material''' into the marketplace.  After [http://webmappingillustrated.com '''my book'''] (Web Mapping Illustrated) was published in 2005, the need for such '''support material''' has become even clearer - business, government and academia (as well as professionals in general) all need high quality material that is reliable in the '''long term'''.  Learn more about [http://locatepress.com '''Locate Press'''].  
  
  
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== Events ==
 
I'm planning to be at the following events.  If you are there too, please look me up:
 
* [http://www.lancs.ac.uk/gisruk2012/ GISRUK] - Lancaster University, April 2012 - Invited keynote.  Helping with workshops and delivering talk.
 
  
 
== Interviews, Articles & Presentations ==
 
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'''Company:''' [http://locatepress.com LocatePress.com]<br>
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'''Contact:''' tylermitchell -at- shaw ca<br>
 
'''Blog:''' [http://spatialguru.com spatialguru.com]<br>
 
'''Blog:''' [http://spatialguru.com spatialguru.com]<br>
 
'''Blog:''' [http://makedatauseful.com '''http://makedatauseful.com''']<br>
 
'''Blog:''' [http://makedatauseful.com '''http://makedatauseful.com''']<br>
 
'''Book:''' [http://shop.oreilly.com/product/9780596008659.do Web Mapping Illustrated]<br>
 
'''Book:''' [http://shop.oreilly.com/product/9780596008659.do Web Mapping Illustrated]<br>
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'''Book:''' [http://locatepress.com/gpt GDAL Geospatial Power Tools]<br>
 
'''Old OSGeo Blog:''' [http://osgeo.org/tyler osgeo.org/tyler]<br>
 
'''Old OSGeo Blog:''' [http://osgeo.org/tyler osgeo.org/tyler]<br>
  

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Hi, welcome to my users page. I work for the NoSQL database company Couchbase (and formerly in Big Data analytics at Actian/Ingres), focusing on product marketing.

I'm proud to have launched Locate Press several years ago, as the first published focused on open source geospatial topics! Gary Sherman now owns and runs it but we continue to partner on the occassional project, the latest being Geospatial Power Tools which does a deep dive into using GDAL/OGR! Check out the other dozen or so new books that are available .


A brief look at my OSGeo-related past... I originally proposed the idea of OSGeo back in 2004/2005. When Dave McIlhagga and Gary Lang put their support behind it, the effort really took off, bringing in dozens more open source geo project leaders and communities. As OSGeo's Executive Director (2006-2011) I ran the day to day operations and together we all kept moving open source geospatial technology to the forefront. Another way I was doing this was to get quality book/training material into the marketplace. After my book (Web Mapping Illustrated) was published in 2005, the need for such support material has become even clearer - business, government and academia (as well as professionals in general) all need high quality material that is reliable in the long term. Learn more about Locate Press.


Interviews, Articles & Presentations

Contact: tylermitchell -at- shaw ca
Blog: spatialguru.com
Blog: http://makedatauseful.com
Book: Web Mapping Illustrated
Book: GDAL Geospatial Power Tools
Old OSGeo Blog: osgeo.org/tyler

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Past Events

Here are some of the events that I spoke at or represented OSGeo at since it started:

  • FOSS4G 2011, Denver, Sept 12-16, 2011
  • Rendez-vous OSGeo Quebec, Chicoutimi, Canada, June 14-15
  • OSGIS, Nottingham, UK, June 21-23, 2011
  • FOSS4G 2010, Barcelona, Spain, September 6-9, 2010
  • OSGIS, Nottingham, UK, June 21-23, 2010
  • OSGeo Rendezvous Quebec - by video
  • WAURISA, Tacoma, Washington, April 19-21, 2010
  • GIS In Action, Portland, Oregon, April 14-17, 2010
  • FOSS4G 2009 - Sydney, Australia - October 20-23, 2009
  • WhereCamp5280 - Denver, USA - August 14-15, 2009
  • Mil-OSS 2009 - Atlanta, USA - August 12-13, 2009
  • First Open Source GIS UK Conference - Nottingham, UK - June 22nd, 2009
  • For personal reasons I had to cancel attendance at a few events in 2008...
  • University of Edinburgh lecture - Edinburgh, May 4, 2008
  • 1Spatial Conference and OSGeo UK Meetup May 2008 - London/Stansted, April 29-May 1, 2008
  • II Jornadas de SIG Libre, Girona, Spain, March 3-5, 2008 (invited keynote, video recorded)
    • Including pre/post-event meetings with Local Chapter, gvSIG team, FreeGIS book team and others in Madrid and Valencia
  • Kansai Open Forum, Osaka, Japan, 9 November, 2007
    • Including follow-up repeat of presentations in Tokyo, Japan, 12 November, 2007
    • I was even able to sign a few books at the O'Reilly.jp office
  • III Encontro Nacional de Usuários MapServer (site offline), May 9-11, Brasilia, Brazil, 2007 (invited keynote)
    • Various pre/post-event meetings as well
  • FOSS4G 2007, Victoria, Canada, 24-27 September, 2007 (keynote, organiser, BOF, AGM)
  • Location Intelligence, San Francisco, USA, 17-18 April, 2007 (booth, presentation in OSGeo session)
  • Autodesk University conference, Las Vegas, USA, 27-30 November, 2006 (booth, BOF)
  • FOSS4G 2006, Lausanne, Switzerland (booth, BOFs)
  • Where 2.0 2006, San Francisco, USA (booth, BOFs)

For other events that had or will have some OSGeo representation (presenters, attendees, workshops, etc.) events see this wiki page, this wiki category and the upcoming events list here on OSGeo.org