SQL Spatial with Virtual Earth comes to Melbourne 15 January

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BronwenWeeGo.jpgThis week we arrive in Melbourne to present our 3rd in a series of 8 talks on SQL Spatial with Virtual Earth.  So far there’s just under 100 people registered so should be a great turn out.  If you’re interested and haven’t signed up all the details are below. 

SQL Spatial with Virtual Earth 

15 January – Melbourne – Register HERE

In this visually interactive talk we explore the new spatial data types, functions and indexes directly related to the real world using the interactive browser based Virtual Earth control. We focus on the new Geography data type providing an overview of the new functionality as directly applied to mapping. This includes the storage of points, polylines and polygons as well as real world tasks like effective rendering to the map, geofencing and proximity searches. We explore the power of union and buffering. Finally we examine the new index specifically built for fast spatial lookup.

The talk will inform, teach and demonstrate. You will understand what this new functionality is all about, what data types and functions are needed, how they operate and how to add an effective spatial index to your project.