Brian Baldwin

Brian currently works as a Senior Solution Engineer supporting Higher Education and has been working in the geospatial industry for more than 13 years. GIS brought Brian to the frozen tundra of Duluth MN as a digitizer, to the Big Island of Hawaii as a GIS Analyst, and the streets of Milwaukee as a Crime Analyst. Brian has taught GIS at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and Salem State University. Brian is also a proud Returned Peace Corps Volunteer, father of 2, and husband to 1.

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Don’t Follow the Latest Trends—Follow Your Passion!

Abigail Krump from Blue Raster offers insights for those looking to get into the GIS field and how she followed her passion.

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Communicating with Data: Modern GIS Is Web GIS and Storytelling

In this "Industry Voice of Modern GIS" segment we interview John Nerge where he provides insights on what employers look for in the GIS field.

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Industry Voices of Modern GIS: Keep things simple. Keep learning. Empower your users.

Advice from a CIO in GIS for Westchester County to recent graduates looking to get hired in industry.

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No More Map Layouts: Programming, Developer Ops, and Cloud Computing Skills Will Get GIS Students Jobs

In this video interview, Matt Gaffner discusses the top GIS skills and types of experience that industries are looking for in job candidates.

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Teaching (and research using) GIS—Shifting to Modern GIS

GIS education must keep pace with changes in GIS technology and industry. Learn what educators can do to update curriculum to focus on Web GIS.

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Recent Graduates Discuss the Skills and Technologies You Should Focus on in This Q&A

Hear from these graduates as they explain GIS skills to focus on to accelerate personal growth and gain a competitive edge in the workplace.

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