There was much live blogging and tweeting etc… during #esriuc (case in point, see GeoNet), however, the live sharing is typically short and sweet, brief snippets, and teasers about cool things seen and heard while trying to absorb everything.
There’s many networking events taking place during ESRIUC. Indeed, the days are long as you’ll likely be in sessions from 8:30-4 PM. However, the day isn’t done at 4! Rest up prior to UC and catch some sleep on the plane, as you’re going to need some energy to get through the week!
There’s no shortage of things to do at ESRIUC, that’s a fact! This year will mark my 20th UC and, like most years, hammering down exactly what I’ll do all week is a challenge – there’s simply so many things to select from. I’ve started loading up my calendar and have been setting up meetings […]
I have to send a thanks to Esri’s John Nelson @john_m_nelson for the inspiration on this! John recently shared a tutorial that teaches you to create a beautiful “hand drawn” style map of any place of interest for your Dad – a perfect Father’s Day idea! It got me thinking about custom vector basemap styles […]
Something new, cool, and pretty exciting for GIS professionals who want to make amazing maps. We can’t guarantee that you’ll be replacing John Nelson at Esri any time soon, however, you will be on your way to maybe giving him a run for his money! Enter the new ArcGIS Vector Tile Style Editor.
“Managed Services” – Have you seen/heard the term lately? I’m pretty sure if you’ve sat in on a webinar, seen a technical presentation, or visited a website that is describing IT, Enterprise GIS, and/or infrastructure services to be managed via cloud platform(s) – often in collaboration with a third-party managed service provider – then it […]
You may not be an Android user or an Android fangirl (or boy), however, as a developer or GIS/Geo solution provider, you really do need to stay informed of the latest developments and technologies affecting your business and your users. Recently, Google held their annual developer event, I/O. This video will bring you up to […]
Migrating or making the switch to Pro doesn’t need to be scary or intimidating, although it does seem that users have been somewhat slow or apprehensive to make the switch. ArcGIS Pro is included with ArcMap as a part of ArcGIS Desktop. This 64-bit addition to the ArcGIS Desktop collection of applications lets you render […]
The NFL draft is here and yes, the Browns have done it once again with the #1 pick – let’s just wait and see how this one pans out! But have you ever wondered, where do the best players in the country come from? Indeed a good question and ideally answered with a map! Enter […]
The topic of Geoint needs to be on the mind of all of us involved in geospatial technologies. We may not work directly on Geo Intel projects or with DOD agencies, however, that doesn’t mean that some time in the future we won’t be.