I recently presented at the San Francisco Geo Meetup. It was during the Google I/O conference and it was great to be able to hook up with a bunch of geo people to talk mapping and geospatial!

I presented on the idea of building a mapping application and how the map should be intertwined into the application’s structure, rather than having a separate “launch map” link.

“Launch Map” is my nemesis

The slides are available here:

Geomeetup ignite talk – Google I/O “Boxes are for Shoes” from Will Cadell

Once again the Geomeetup was excellent, and I would highly recommend it to anyone in the area or traveling through, the meetup page is here: http://www.meetup.com/geomeetup/

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