I just got this post forwarded from ESRI – it appears to have a great set of courses to help you do Python scripting (Python is the scripting or automation language from ESRI). I’ve always had issues with Python – I used to be an expert ArcView 3.3 Avenue (here’s a little guide for old times sake), and I find the the geoprocessing tools are very brittle, but that may be because I don’t know enough.
Anyway, here’s a link to the ESRI Support Blog Page
Here’s the full text of the posting:
Continue reading Taming Python Scripts in ArcGIS
Python is a valuable tool for scripting and automating GIS functions. James Fee recently posted about Python (click here to read.)
The California GIS Conference (CalGIS) is offering a day of Python training ahead of the conference. This is a good training opportunity at lower cost for GIS Analysts who want to learn more about Python.
There are a couple of other training opportunities too. To see details, click here.
Continue reading Python, Open Source GIS Training at the CalGIS Conference