FOSS4G 2011 is happening in Denver this September.
I've submitted two abstracts for presentations:
Spatial Processing using JEQL
JEQL is a simple yet powerful language designed for expressing spatial (and non-spatial) processes. It follows the Table-Oriented Programming paradigm and provides a SQL-like query language. This talk gives an overview of JEQL and show some examples of its use.
What's New in JTS
The JTS Topology Suite has had numerous improvements in the past few versions. These include performance improvements, bug fixes and new functionality such as Delaunay Triangulation, Single-Sided Buffers, and Hausdorff Distance. This talk will discuss the new features, and demonstrate them using the JTS TestBuilder utility. Potential further features will be presented for discussion.
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See you in Denver....