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The JS.Geo mapping conference is coming to Philadelphia this fall

There's a few local speakers on the lineup, like city data scientist Lauren Ancona, Cesium cofounder Matthew Amato and the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission's Christopher Pollard.

The University City Science Center's 3711 Market Street building. (Photo courtesy of University City Science Center)

JS.Geo, a JavaScript mapping conference, is coming to Philadelphia on Oct. 8. It’ll be held at the University City Science Center.
The lineup already features some local speakers, like city data scientist Lauren Ancona, Cesium cofounder Matthew Amato and the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission’s Christopher Pollard. We haven’t heard back from the organizers yet if they’re still accepting proposals for talks, but it’s worth a shot since the deadline only just passed.
Register ($20)
The conference is also sponsored by local firms like Cesium and Azavea.

Companies: Azavea / Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission
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