So, you want to go to school and get that degree – maybe you want to be a Geographer? Well, there’s some great news as a there’s now a webmap that can show you where you can get your degree – The College Map (Beta) #EDU #STEM #GeoEducation.
Some interesting findings have been recently shared by Forbes. They looked at how and why people (consumers/business) search for apps along with trends in app-related searches conducted on Google – for the developer, think Opportunity!
Well, another DevSummit has come and gone and now it’s all about digesting all the great information that was gathered, follow up with colleagues, clients, and friends, and think about ways to implement new Geo technologies into our business processes, services, and project workflows.
DevSummit is here once again. That time of the year when the geeks, coders, programmers, and brilliant minds who sit in the back room, plugged-in, creating the great apps and webmaps we all enjoy get to get away for a few days to learn and have a little fun.
March is almost here, Spring is in the air, and for the crew here at GEO Jobe that means DevSummit is just around the corner – always a big week for us! So why do we look forward to DevSummit each year? In addition to this being our chance to hear directly from Esri Developers […]
Every February we gather around the TV or in the bar, put back some burgers, wings, nachos and chili, and enjoy what is hopefully a good foot ball game for the title. But you may wonder, which cities have hosted the big game? This fine Story Map shares details of the game and venues that […]
Monday Marketing Tips – Blog Content Ideas and the Best Times to Post to Social Media During the Holidays
The holidays are upon us and December is already busy as ever. As we get closer to the holiday peak time you’ll be wanting to make sure that you maximize your efforts and make the best of your time management. The following are a few helpful tips and guidelines to consider for making the best […]
There’s no better way to tell a story than with maps, Story Maps that is. As we enter the holiday season (WOW, where did that come from so fast!) you can use an interesting story map to follow the travels of the annual US Capitol Christmas Tree. This interesting story begins in the Kootenai National […]
We recently heard the latest info from Esri reps regarding ArcGIS Pro at R 2, recall the latest major update to Pro was officially released to all back in the summer near UC (see Esri blogs). Simply put, ArcGIS Pro, which is part of ArcGIS Desktop, is the next step in the evolution of ArcGIS […]
I’m a huge social sharing fan, many of my non Geogeeky friends think I share way too much but that’s OK. I’m pretty careful about what I share, when I share it and where I share it. I also don’t share anything that I wouldn’t want anyone at all to see. But how much am […]