Github is all the rage and becoming quite common (and useful) for many agencies, orgs and companies – just mention gihub or forking some data next time you walk past a Geo-Hipster and you’ll see them quickly get all excited! The City of Chicago is using github to host open data and I’m sure many others will follow suit. The resource is geeky and jargon heavy, likely not appealing to the public and the masses, however, for geeky developer types it will be appreciated. Here’s a useful how to get started forking video that should be helpful
Archives for March 29, 2013
Here’s details of another webinar coming from the Seattle-based crew at LizardTech – “Effortless: Serving Geospatial Imagery Doesn’t Have to be so Hard”. This free event is scheduled to run live online Tuesday April 2 starting at 11 AM PDF and last just a half hour.
Event details – Do you have a need for a fast, reliable, standards-based image delivery? Then join our webinar to learn how with Express Server, users on any device access imagery faster, even in bandwidth-starved environments. Support for MrSID, JPEG 2000, NITF and Geospatial PDF formats ensures the highest visual quality regardless of connection speed.