Everything you need to know to start coding web maps – free live class

Everything you need to know to start coding web maps* - free live class.

Have you ever seen those pretty interactive maps and just wish you could have skills to create your own?


How is it possible that journalists (not specialists) create all those cool maps for New York Times, Washington Post, NPR and Guardian?

How is it possible that they’ve learned all the necessary technology to make those web maps?

If you want to get answers to all of those questions and learn everything you need to know to start coding web maps even if you have never programmed before join me in a free online class to learn:

  • Why web maps have become de facto standard tool for presenting complex social, environmental and economical problems to the public and decision makers and how does this trend drives demand for making more of them.
  • Why it’s easier than ever before to create a nice looking, well designed interactive maps from scratch even if you’re not a programming expert.
  • What are the essential concepts that you need to know before you can start coding your web maps.
  • What are the key free tools that you need to learn to use to code your own web maps with your own data.

At the end of this class, I will take some time to answer your questions about coding your own web maps.

To sign up for the class just fill out the form that you see on the right side of this page.

After signing up for the class using the form on the right side of this page, you will receive a confirmation message from me (Kuba Konczyk).

To finish singing up you need to confirm your email address by clicking on the link that you'll find there.

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* Even if you have never programmed before and even if you're not a GIS professional (but if you are you will love the classes).

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Screen Shot 2016-07-01 at 21.13.51Kuba Konczyk has been programming for twenty years now. In the last few years he helped build several web applications including two geoportals and numerous other web applications and tools.

For more than two years now, he's helping professionals from different industries learn programming.