If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!It wasn’t too long a go that I was submitting my application for the GIS Professional certification. Now, I on the eve of taking the Esri Technical Certification exam for Desktop Professional. Although there are Esri Technical Certification Prep Courses, [...]
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I have a personal connection with SkillsUSA and the Geospatial Technology contest as I competed in 2009. I believe that it is a great program with a lot of potential. This year’s competition expanded to include a high school competition in addition to the college/post secondary competition.
Here are the winners for this year’s competition:
Check out these blogs from the 2010 Esri International User Conference. This list will be updated frequently. If I am missing a blog, let me know. (@GISpathway)
VerySpatial - Frank (@Nojopar) will be updating the blog every 5-10 minute throughout the plenary.
James Fee - James Fee (@cageyjames) works for WeoGeo and will be keeping us [...]
I had the opportunity to attend the 2010 ESRI Southeast Regional User Group meeting last week in Charlotte. Here are my tweets from the “What’s New in ArcGIS 10″ session.
gispathway ArcGIS 10 - Arcgis.com has demos for those of you who feel left out. #esriserug 2 days ago from TinyTwitter
gispathway ArcGIS [...]
Here are some ArcGIS 9.3.1 Editing Tips from a technical session at the 2010 ESRI Southeast Regional User Group Conference.
gispathway ArcGIS 9.3.1 Edit Tips - Instead of fcalculator, select features and open attribute window. Select layer on left and edit field. #esriserug 1 day ago from TinyTwitter
gispathway ArcGIS 9.3.1 [...]
Coming in at #158, Jack Dangermond is on The Forbes 400 Richest Americans list. His net worth comes in at two billion dollars. Dangermond is new to the list for his creation of a Mapping Empire. ESRI was created in 1969 and is a privately owned company. I find it interesting that Jack was able [...]
With the 2009 ESRI International User Conference finished up, ESRI is providing free highlight seminars. They are bringing a summary of what went on to you. I think this is great for those who just could not get out there.
If you were able to keep up remotely via blogs, twitter, and plenary video (10 Tips [...]
With the GeoMentor Program being introduced at the 2009 ESRI International User Confernence many people are seeing this as a new idea. Although to most it seem like new, it has been around for some time at the micro level. ESRI and National Geographic are bringing it to the international level. This [...]
Amanda (@amandahstaub) put together a great list here. Just wanted to pass it on to others.
I am following the buzz at this year’s ESRI User Conference in San Diego going on this week. I thought that I would take a few minutes to share with you all some of the most interesting news and [...]
As I continue to seek funds for my Geospatial Technology Competition, I am utilizing various areas to make some extra money. Selling things on eBay has been a very dependable source for extra money. I put up a digital camera on eBay hoping to cash in on a few bucks. Someone did bid on the [...]