DevSummit is always a treat where GIS professionals building on the ArcGIS platform can get up close with other developers and like minds to see and hear about the latest technologies & tools. DevSummit will take place immediately following Esri Partner Conference, officially running March 6-9. If you’re a geospatial developer – or aspire to be one – the 2018 Esri Developer Summit (DevSummit) in Palm Springs is a can’t-miss event. [Read more…] about What to Expect at Esri DevSummit 2018
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
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
Here’s a handy resource particularly if you frequently wrangle with data in numerous formats, projections etc… the publication from LizardTech will enlighten you on a number of ways that GeoExpress Software, LizardTech’s flagship software, can make your job easier!
So, what can you accomplish with GeoExpress? Some things to keep in mind about GeoExpress Software from LizardTech: [Read more…] about LizardTech White Paper Reveals 12 Hidden Gems
Are you up for another fun, geeky interview video? Recently, while visiting SoCal, I dropped into Redlands, CA to visit with some of the GeoGeeks. while there I ran into Jim Barry who heads up the EDN team with Esri. Join us while we drive around the Esri campus and the city center in Redlands talking about Geo developers, the Esri DevSummits, dodge ball, and a few other goodies. Enjoy! Note, you can find all the episodes of GeoGeeks driving in cars for coffee HERE
With the year end almost here many of the popular online learning resources are sharing their top courses from 2015. No huge surprise but once again, Python programming courses cracked the Top 10 with popular E-Learning resource Coursera.
Some cool stuff from NASA, an opportunity for developers who really want to help with a great cause! NASA in partnership with the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) is offering more than $35,000 in prizes to citizen scientists for ideas that make use of climate data to address vulnerabilities faced by the United States in coping with climate change.
I luv IFTTT and you will also, particularly if you need some basic coding done and have no time or ambition to learn how to code! IFTTT is extremely powerful and enables you to cook up custom recipes to post content from any (almost) social web service, RSS fee or ?? to any other service, blog or whatever it is that you maintain online. So, to make your life even easier with IFTTT here’s a handy, free guide for you.
IFTTT is an automation that will enable you to connect 2 services so that, when something happens with one service, a trigger goes off and an action takes place automatically on the other.
Loads of updates from Redlands recently as team Esri rolls out ArcGIS 10.2. The company officially announced that 10.2 is shipping and they are boasting the ease of use and enhanced web publishing capabilities (think WebGIS) – be sure to see also this Top 10 Features of ArcGIS 10.2 List! Along with the release there’s also a new subscription service (and testing plan) availble to the Dev crowd for ArcGIS Online (think Esri hosted services in the cloud) – cool stuff!
For the developer, they can start a subscription and continue at the free level, or they can upgrade to a selection of paid levels that provide more storage and services, as well as the ability to deploy commercial applications with no extra fees or royalties. The dev platform includes the following features:
- APIs and SDKs
- Addresses – Use the geocoding service
- Directions and Routing – Get routes and directions between locations
- Store and Query Geographic Data in Feature Services
- Mapping and Visualization Tools
- See more on the subscription options HERE
Note, I also recently shared a quick little blog post from a colleague touting the merits of 10.2 along with some useful pointers