• Join us for the 2016 Software Training Workshops Join us for the 2016 Software Training Workshops
    September 19, 2016

    Registration for Unidata's 2016 Software Training Workshop has been extended until October 5, 2016. The workshop features a session on using the Python programming language with Unidata technologies, Unidata's display and analysis packages IDV and AWIPS-II (with GEMPAK), as well as the Local Data Manager (LDM)

    The workshop will be held October 17 – November 1, 2016. Individual courses last from one to three days.

    Unidata's training workshops are developed and presented by the software developers and support staff for each package, so you can be sure to get your questions answered.

  • Unidata Welcomes New Committee Members Unidata Welcomes New Committee Members
    September 6, 2016
    New committee members

    The Unidata Program Center is pleased to welcome new members to the program's governing committees. Committee members normally serve three-year terms; terms are finishing up for one member of the Users committee and two members of the Strategic Advisory committee. Additionally, a seat on the Strategic Advisory Committee that has been empty since the fall of 2014 is being filled. New members and those finishing their terms will overlap for one meeting: September 26-27 for the Users Committee and October 6-7 for the Strategic Advisory Committee.

    The UPC staff looks forward to working with our new committee members, and to having all the current members of both committees at the Program Center in Boulder, Colorado this fall.

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