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KML Techniques Every Developer Should Know

Location: Gold Level: Novice
Average rating: ***..
(3.83, 6 ratings)

This workshop will be a heads-first dive into advanced KML techniques and best practices for developing complex, engaging and data-dense maps for Google Earth. Drawing from examples and experience developing Google Earth’s own layers content, we will discuss how to efficiently visualize very large vector and raster datasets, push the limits of KML Touring, take advantage of javascript and CSS support in Google Earth 5.0, dynamically generate KML, and cover a range of tips and tricks that will help you create compelling user experiences in a performance conscious way.

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Mano Marks

Google, Inc.

Mano joined Google’s Geo API team in 2006. He helps people all over
the world develop and deploy their content in KML and Google Maps,
working with large companies, small startups, and international aid
organizations. Before coming to Google, Mano had an eclectic career
that involved getting a Masters in History, a Masters in Information
Management and Systems, and working as a data manager in social service and public benefit organizations for over a decade.

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Frank Williams
05/21/2009 8:45am PDT

This was a good session, but would have been much better had there been some session materials made available for attendees to work with in concert with the presentation.