I didn’t catch the first half of the Esri Federal GIS Conference plenary but James did a good recap of it on his blog. I did, however, catch the second half and the opening of the exhibit hall. This year was a departure from previous years in that it wasn’t a litany of the new […]
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I’ll be attending the Esri Federal User GIS Conference this week. For various reasons, I’ll be attending on the “Increased Carbon Footprint Plan” and commuting to and from the conference each day. I’m looking forward to the reprise of the DevGeo session this year as well as a number of the sessions and also meeting […]
Another ESRI Dev Meetup is happening in the DC area on November 10th. This time, it’s at Fire Station One in Silver Spring, MD (kudos to Nick Furness for doing a good job of moving them around the DMV). These are generally a good time and ESRI doesn’t actually try to drive the content train […]
Note: The application described in this post is running here. It requires Silverlight 4. I was perusing my LinkedIn connections and noticed that quite a few had PMP certifications. I also noticed that most of those who did seemed to be in the Washington, DC area. Of course, given that I live in that region, […]
In a previous post, I mentioned that I developed a MeasureString function for use in developing an annotation tool. In this post, I’ll go into a little bit more detail about that tool. For purposes of discussion, I extended the interactive graphics sample from the Esri Silverlight API interactive SDK. For starters, I added another […]
We are approximately a month away from the Esri Federal User Conference. It is probably the largest geospatially-themed event in the DC/Maryland/Virginia area each year and has gotten bigger each year. I have documented this conference in the past and have pointed out that, despite its name, there is a lot of information that can […]
Despite recent news regarding Silverlight, I expect some of my projects to continue using it for the near term. Others may be taking the same tack, so I thought I’d go ahead and offer this up. Several of the projects I support have the requirement to periodically refresh specific layers in order to track change […]