It’s well into 2014, and my blog has collected a bit of dust. So, I thought I should pull out the Swiffer and clean this puppy up. I’ve decided to give in to all the pressures of presenting well in an interwebz-related profession. So, for my first blog post in what I hope to be […]

In the last four months, I’ve had the opportunity to work with Packt publishers as a technical reviewer for one of their books: Building Web and Mobile ArcGIS Server Applications with JavaScript by Eric Pimpler. As a GIS developer who works with this stuff all every day, I enjoyed the book and was glad to

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I’ve enjoyed the last week working on an app for ESRI’s 100 lines or less competition. In it, ESRI wants to see what kind of mapping apps you can write using their JavaScript API and only 100 lines JavaScript code. Winners will be announced on the last day of ESRI’s International Developers Summit on March

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So, the GISCI, the lovely organization that brought us the GIS Professional Certification, is having their second annual poster contest. The rules look simple. You make a map to show off where all those who have the GIS Profesional Certificate call home. Top three winners a decent prize, and their fees waived when they apply

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