Didn’t manage to get to Palm Springs for DevSummit this year? No worries as Esri has you covered! Enjoy the videos from the event
25 Google Search Hacks to Make Life Easier – With this cheat sheet you will receive daily updates in your email for free, courtesy of Make Tech Easier. [Read more…] about 25 Google Search Hacks
Delve into the world of Advanced Java with this compact guide that introduces advanced concepts for the Java programming language! [Read more…] about Advanced Java Tutorial
Presentations Spotlight Critical Role of Free Map Data in Humanitarian Work
Katherine Maher Interim
Happy Memorial Day week-end as we welcome summer. Perhaps you have some travel plans or maybe a camping trip scheduled soon. Here”s some handy, light reading materials that you can download and load your iPad library with to help pass the time and learn a few things as well. Enjoy
Yes indeed, are you looking for a chance to get on stage at ESRIUC (well, not the main stage but the next best thing!) The crew is still accepting lightning talk pitches. this is a chance for you to tell your story with a slide deck in 5 minutes or less.. a great opportunity!
- Share one great idea — Tell a story, motivate, and of course, inspire.
- Make it quick — Presentations must be five minutes or less.
- No live demos — Slides only, although they do not need to auto-advance.
Python was conceived in the late 1980s and its implementation was started in December 1989 by Guido van Rossum at CWI in the Netherlands as a successor to the ABC programming language capable of exception handling and interfacing with the Amoeba operating system. Python 2.0 was released on October 16, 2000, with many major new features including, a cycle-detecting garbage collector (in addition to reference counting) for memory management and support for Unicode. (Wikipedia)
A little something fun for you Foursquare / Swarm fanatics (like me). The foursquare checkin service makes available data feeds which can be handy for mashing up or sharing. Foursquare also notes that The iCal (ICS) and Google Calendar formats are especially nice for importing and displaying your entire Foursquare check-in history in your Calendar on your computer. Feeds are made available in RSS, KML, ICS, and GCAL formats. To access from a web browser simply login to your account and jump to https://foursquare.com/feeds/