Next Thursday, April 29th, the first of a series of free live training seminars focused on different features of the upcoming ArcGIS 10 release will kick off. For the remainder of the year, we will be broadcasting about two live training seminars per month (with the exception of July, when all attention shifts to the ESRI International User Conference in San Diego).
If you haven't yet been able to attend an ESRI conference or seminar where ArcGIS 10 has been previewed, don't miss these opportunities to learn about the new ArcGIS 10 tools that will change the way you do your GIS tasks (for the better) and improve the quality of your GIS products.
Next week's seminar covers some of the major enhancements coming in ArcMap. The second seminar in the series covers how you can use Python scripting, which is more fully integrated into the software at ArcGIS 10, to automate time-consuming GIS workflows. Have you ever had the experience of a well-meaning colleague moving your map data to a different network location, which then resulted in you having to cycle through dozens of map documents fixing the red exclamation marks next to all the layers? If so, you'll definitely want to watch the May 13th seminar to see how the new ArcPy mapping module greatly enhances map document and layer management.
Other seminars planned for the remainder of the year will cover the new core tools and data model for imagery at ArcGIS 10, ArcGIS Explorer Online, editing on the desktop and on the Web, Web maps, geocoding, and more.
To request an e-mail reminder for an individual seminar, visit the live training seminar schedule page—you can also request a reminder for all seminars by clicking the link to get a reminder for an individual seminar and then checking the option to get a reminder for all future ESRI live training seminars.
As always, a couple of weeks after each live broadcast a free recording will be available for viewing on the ESRI Training Web site.
Read more: http://blogs.esri.com/Support/blogs/esritrainingmatters/archive/2010/04/21/free-arcgis-10-training-starts-next-week.aspx