Category Archives: Events

“Doing more with SQL” talk at MAC URISA

Last week, I gave a 30 minute talk on “Doing More with SQL” at MAC URISA 2014. The slides from the talk are available below:

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Hurricane Sandy live data resources

As Hurricane Sandy is about to make landfall somewhere in NJ or DE, keep safe and dry. Move to a safe location and stay there. Don’t attempt to travel after dusk due to reduced visibility and the intensifying storm. Once … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on the ESRI DevSummit

I’m back from the sixth ESRI DevSummit. It was a great event full of informative sessions, socializing and networking. This was one of the first conferences in a while where I did not participate more than simply attending. The DevSummit … Continue reading

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March Madness

Back in January, I had every intention of updating this weekly, but once the semester starts, all bets were off. It’s been a crazy few weeks, juggling several research projects, two classes and compiling everything needed for my recontracting at … Continue reading

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High Expectations for Barnes & Nobles in Glassboro

The undersized collection of books means that Geography and Planning books have a very small, blink-and-miss-it section of shelf in the general circulation. Continue reading

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MAC URISA and posts from the conference

I’ll be at MAC URISA in Atlantic City from the 4th until the 6th. On the 4th, I’ll be conducting a introductory-level workshop on Distributed GIS. On Tuesday the 5th, John Hasse and I will be at the Interactive Expo … Continue reading

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Presentation on OS GIS at MAC URISA

Yesterday, I gave an introduction to open source GIS at MAC URISA. As the meeting was about Internet-enabled GIS, I focused on server-side software. I’ve made the presentation available on SlideShare and available as a download from my website. Here’s … Continue reading

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technology has come a long way

“Back in my day, we had to wait years for grainy aerial photographs taken from a biplane.” CNN has satellite imagery of the crowd gathered on the Mall for today’s inauguration. The images are from GeoEye, who not only have … Continue reading

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NJ Geospatial Forum Meeting – Friday 10AM

The NJ Geospatial Forum will have its final meeting for 2008 this Friday. The meeting will be in Building 300 of the Riverview Office Complex at 10 AM.

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NJGF Municipal Users Group Meeting

Atanas Entchev has posted some notes he received from the recent Municipal Users Group meeting. Worth the read.

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