The week’s Most popular, most talked about, most Tweeted, and most shared GeoTech GISuser stories and tech tips – Welcome.. the following are some of the top GeoTech items of interest we shared this week:
ParkScore Index Ranks Park Systems in 60 Largest U.S. Cities
ParkScore uses advanced GIS (geographic information system) computer mapping technology to create digital maps evaluating park accessibility, making it the most realistic assessment system available.
Oh, Nothing Much Here. Just a donation of $1B in Esri Software and STEM EDU
WOW, indeed Jack is making some headlines this week and I love the focus on youth and STEM – for over 20 years now I can recall hearing the industry urging youth to look at STEM for their future and over the time the demand has continued to grow.
Dive Into Python-Free 328 Page eBook
Whether you’re an experienced programmer looking to get into Python or grizzled Python veteran who remembers the days when you had to import the string module, Dive Into Python is your ‘desert island’ Python book.
D-DAY 360 Takes Advantage of Cutting-edge Technology to Re-create Historic Invasion
Data gathered though forensic laser scanning, 3D computer modeling and eye-witness accounts bring the battlefield to life as slidenever before. The film takes advantage of light detection and ranging technology, or LiDAR, to re-create the landscape and allow viewers to switch effortlessly between the macro and the micro
Esri Sponsors Civic Day of Hacking Events in Four US Cities
May 30 through June 1, Esri experts will offer support in Los Angeles, Austin, Denver, and New Orleans. Developers, non-profit organizations, and governments around the world use Esri’s ArcGIS Platform to create location-based apps that solve problems for public safety, transportation, economic development
Create an Interactive Map with jQuery (Video)
jQuery is a popular technology tool with the map geeks these days. Here’s a training resource that might help you to get up and running with jQuery – enjoy!
The Internet live, in one real-time infographic
The Internet is a big, big, big place. In the 200 seconds I watched the "Internet in real-time" infographic, Google ran almost a million searches and sucked up over $300,000 in revenue. Facebook users uploaded over a terabyte of data, liked something over 10.5 million times, and posted 11 million items
Senior Geographic Information Systems Analyst Escondido, CA
The County of San Diego is currently accepting applications for a Senior GIS Analyst to fill one immediate vacancy in the Health and Human Services Agency.
What’s The Best Smartphone For Enterprise Solutions?
Though there are a few BlackBerry devices that still exist today, it’s no longer the only choice among enterprise users. We now have a plethora of high-end gizmos from Apple, HTC, LG, Samsung, and even Huawei that could pass as a great business device. For this entry, we’ll give you our four recommended smartphones that offers a great value for your organization’s money
eBook -10 Google Analytics Tools Your Business Should Be Using
In addition to providing traffic numbers and reports, Google Analytics delivers a trove of other useful information for businesses. Advanced metrics can tell business owners if audiences are engaging with their site, ways in which social media marketing is driving traffic, how long visitors stay on website pages and more.
AT&T Ready For Hurricane Season – AT&T FamilyMap can help you seek evacuation routes
Services such as AT&T Navigator and AT&T FamilyMap can help you seek evacuation routes or avoid traffic congestion from downed trees or power lines, as well as track a family member’s wireless device in case you get separated.
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