Webinar Turbocharging FME: How to Improve the Performance of Your FME Workspaces
Overview Level: Intermediate - some FME Experience is strongly recommended
Getting the best performance out of FME is as important to us as it is to you. In this webinar, you’ll get tips from three FME experts - Mark Ireland (FME Evangelist), David Eagle (FME Certified Trainer and Professional) and Dale Lutz (Safe Software Co-founder). They’ll share easy-to-apply advice on: querying databases efficiently, making the most of FME's new multiprocessing capabilities, and simple techniques to speed up your workflows.
Dale Lutz Co-Founder and VP of Product Development
Dale has been using his knowledge and experience to lead the core development of FME since Safe Software's inception more than 17 years ago. Much of Dale's time is spent refining and optimizing the user experience in FME's graphical user interfaces, as well as leading the integration of FME technology into third-party GIS applications. Known for his expertise in data interoperability, Dale continues to help Safe's customers find better ways to access the spatial data they need to use.
Mark Ireland Product Specialist
Ireland is a Senior Product Specialist at Safe Software with over 19
years of spatial data expertise. He actively manages the FME
Certification Program as well as the development of the official FME
training materials, being both an FME Certified Professional and FME
Certified Trainer himself. Mark also regularly shares his expertise with
users online as the FME Evangelist.
David Eagle Principal Consultant, 1Spatial
David has 14 years’ experience of delivering GIS consultancy services in a number of fields. He's a long-time FME expert and has been an FME Certified Professional and Trainer since the accreditations were created by Safe Software in 2007.
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