User:Ianturton

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Name: Ian Turton OSGeo compass300.png
Job Title: Freelance Software Engineer and Open Source GIS Trainer
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City: Worthing
State: W. Sussex
Country: United Kingdom
Local Chapter: OSGeo UK
Email: ian@ianturton.com
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Personal Description : Ian is a self employed computational geographer, who will undertake contract java development using GeoTools and GeoServer (primarily). He also can provide custom training for GeoServer, QGis and other open source software.

Ian was a software developer for Envitia Ltd. He spent the previous 20 years doing geospatial research at the University of Leeds and Pennsylvania State University, during this period he founded the GeoTools project with James Macgill.

Find out more about Ian at GIS.stackexchange and LinkedIn.
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[[Info::Ian is a self employed computational geographer, who will undertake contract java development using GeoTools and GeoServer (primarily). He also can provide custom training for GeoServer, QGis and other open source software.

Ian was a software developer for Envitia Ltd. He spent the previous 20 years doing geospatial research at the University of Leeds and Pennsylvania State University, during this period he founded the GeoTools project with James Macgill.

Find out more about Ian at GIS.stackexchange and LinkedIn.| ]]

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Ian Turton

Ian Turton

Freelance Software Engineer and Open Source GIS Trainer

Location: Worthing, W. Sussex, United Kingdom

Ian is a self employed computational geographer, who will undertake contract java development using GeoTools and GeoServer (primarily). He also can provide custom training for GeoServer, QGis and other open source software.

Ian was a software developer for Envitia Ltd. He spent the previous 20 years doing geospatial research at the University of Leeds and Pennsylvania State University, during this period he founded the GeoTools project with James Macgill.

Find out more about Ian at GIS.stackexchange and LinkedIn.

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  • Co-founder and developer of Geotools project
  • Developed and taught a webmapping course based upon open source software at Penn State University
Contact
email: ian@ianturton.com
twitter: @ijturton
www: ianturton.com