8:00 – 8:30 

Registration: Harrisburg University 326 Market St., Harrisburg PA 

8:30 – 9:00 

Opening Remarks (1151): Albert Sarvis, Asst. Professor and Program Lead of Geospatial Technology, Harrisburg University; Eric Darr, President, Harrisburg University; Carrie TropassoDirector of GIS for the Conservation and Environment Delivery Center, Commonwealth of PA


 Track 1: 1114* 


Track 2: 1151* 


Track 3: 1204 

Track 4: 1205 

9:00 – 10:30 

“Getting Started with Jupyter Notebook and the ArcGIS API for Python” 

James WhitacreGIS Research Scientist, Carnegie Museum of Natural History 


Fundamentals of the Python Programming Language 
Doug RumbaughLecturer of Computer and Information Sciences, Harrisburg University 


“Introduction to ArcGIS for JavaScript 4”  
Christopher Eby, Application Developer, GeoDecisions 

“Introduction to Simple Features in R” 
Benjamin Ortiz UlloaConsultant, Accenture Federal Services 

“ESRI Python API Use and Automation” 

Joel RogersGIS Analyst, GeoDecisions 


10:30 – 10:45 


10:45 – 12:15 

“ArcGIS Web API and Enterprise Data Processing and Update Through Python Scripts and Model Builders” 
Derege Kobre, IT-Generalist I, PennDOT 


“Unifying ArcGIS with Other Software Libraries in Python” 
Chris JursaGIS Manager, Washington County, PA 

“Creating Custom Trail Maps with ArcGIS API for JS 4.x” 
Jim LawrukSenior Developer, GeoDecisions 

“Understanding and Using International and Domestic Data Privacy Regulations to Expand Your Reach” 
Rebecca RakoskiManaging Partner, XPAN Law Group, LLC                                 



“Creating Maps with ALB (Angular, Leaflet, and Firebase)”  
Justin SchneiderApplication Developer, GeoDecisions 

12:15 – 1:15 


1:15 – 2:45 

“ArcGIS Script Tools: A Practical Guide”  
James Whitacre, GIS Research Scientist, Carnegie Museum of Natural History 


“Python Workflows with ArcGIS”  
Alexander BrownSolution Engineer, Esri 

“Authentication and Authorization with ArcGIS Online Oauth 2 and the ArcGIS REST API” 
Bryan GrillGIS Programmer, EBA Engineering, Inc.  


Developers Wanted: Building Lidar Data Analytics Tools 
Eric JespersonBusiness Development Specialist, JMT Technology Group 


“Unleash the Power of Serverless Architecture” 
Brian StonesiferDirector of Client Solutions, Acclaim Systems 

  “Using Vue.js with Leaflet” 

Andy RothwellGIS Systems Engineer, City of Philadelphia 

2:45 – 3:00 


3:00 – 4:30 

“Getting Started with ArcPY Geometries” 
James WhitacreGIS Research Scientist, Carnegie Museum of Natural History 


“The Use of Scientific Python to Post-Process Output from Numerical Weather Models”  
Don MortonOwner/Manager, Boreal Scientific Computing; Adjunct Professor of CISC, Harrisburg University                                                    

“Visualizing Large Spatial Datasets on the Web” 
Eric CzajkowskiApplication Developer, Century Engineering, Inc.  

“Data Pipelines and Deployments with Git and Docker 
Tim Freund, Software Engineering Trainer, Code Muxer 


Topical Discussion Session”  

Rm 1305 

Topical Discussion Session 

Rm 1305 

4:30 – 5:30 

Closing Remarks & Reception