Once again, time for another GeoGeek rapid fire, this time I have Bill Dollins, popular GeoGeek, GeoTech Community builder, and Geo professional. Bill is well known within the Geo Circles as a Partner, Senior Vice President with Zekiah Technologies, Inc. in Maryland. Dollins is also involved as a member of the Maryland Council on Open […]
Something important happened a few weeks ago. On September 28, 2011, OpenGeo issued a blog post announcing the availability of indexed nearest neighbor search in PostGIS.
FOSS4G is only a few weeks away and I hope you are making plans to attend. Brian Timoney and others have been making very effective cases for attending the conference, which is being held in Denver this year. FOSS4G might be the most important geospatial event this year. That statement is the kind of hyperbole […]
For a little fun, we tossed about a dozen, short questions at some Geo technology professionals – below is our Q&A with industry expert Bill Dollins – enjoy!
I am a consultant who works primarily with Federal Government customers. I have implemented numerous enterprise-scale geospatial systems using a variety of tools and platforms. Consistently, one of the things I hear most often is some variation of "If I had that kind of money, I could do all kinds of amazing things."
In his first GISuser "Expert" contribution, Bill Dollins gives GISuser readers a quick look at Acetate, a new offering from GeoIQ / FortiusOne and Stamen Design
Bill Dollins has been a Sr. Vice President and Partner at Zekiah Technologies in Maryland since 2001 and has been developing GIS applications since 1993. He is a programmer with diverse experience in geospatial information systems, relational databases, and application development. His experience includes system design, software development, database development, data conversion and project management […]