Here are some examples of previous public appearances in events and conferences. These are only a small cherry picked set of all the talks I have given through the years.

During my years working in the geospatial domain (2007~2019), I gave a wide range of presentations from lightning talks to workshops. The following was a Keynote for the FOSS4G 2017. I talked over different standards and protocols that make (or not) data and metadata easier to handle.

Spatial Data Infrastructures for Everyone

Between 2018 and 2019 I gave several talks about the Impostor Syndrome and how to overcome it. The following is just one of those talks:

Impostor Syndrome Overview

I like easy to watch talks that compress a lot of information in a few minutes. Like the following talk as the opening keynote in FOSS4G 2019 which is a full overview of all FLOSS in geospatial world in less than 20 minutes:

OSGeo: Your Open Source Compass. How to Survive a Zombie Kitten Apocalypse.

In addition, I have a wide range of topics for public appearances, which you can find on the Events and Presentations page. Recently I have been focusing on Middleware and Integration Processes.

Data flowing the easy way.

If you want me on your event as a speaker, you can contact me.

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