There’s nothing better than a good, hot cup to start the day, unless perhaps you pair it up with a really awesome map that is! And so, on this National Coffee Day, we wanted to share a few fun coffee themed maps to enjoy and browse while you take your well earned coffee break – […]
An interesting update on Open Data in Tennessee, Chattanooga to be more precise, provides a detailed look at Open Data, Open Government initiatives (OpenGov) and shares an up close look at initiatives and efforts by the city while also sharing a vision for the future. Perhaps a model for other local governments to follow, the […]
GIS in the Rockies is always an enjoyable, informative, and educational event for GIS, mapping, and technology professionals. The event attracts attendees mostly from in and around the Colorado Front Range, although a number of professionals to migrate to the event from nearby places like Utah, California, Texas, Wyoming and other regions. We were pleased […]
Time once again for us to share 5 more very cool things in Geo technology with our community, we hope you enjoy and find something here that may help you to be even more awesome in your role as a GeoGeek or Geo professional.
Fall is in the air and with that the fall conference season is well under way. Quickly upon us this week is the annual GIS in the Rockies event, a popular tech education and networking event in the heart of “GIS Alley” along the Colorado Front Range. We’re pleased to have one of our own […]
This week we’re pleased to be involved with the annual American planning Association Mississippi & Alabama Annual conference. Representing GEO Jobe at this important conference is our VP of Software Development, David Hansen (you can connect with Dave there @DHansen601 in Twitter). GEO Jobe is pleased to be a supporter and Silver level (CAT Island) […]