In the past twenty-five years, Linux has grown and grown (and grown), overcoming resistance and legal threats from Microsoft and other proprietary-software vendors.
Open Source Mapping
One-week professional training course offered at
Department of Geography, Hunter College, CUNY
June 22-26, 2015, 9AM to 5PM
LIGIS has set up a GItHub site at https://github.com/LIGIS
Esri staff address a variety of PostgreSQL specific configuration and optimization techniques for enterprise geodatabase administrators.
The Department of Geography at Hunter College of the City University of New York and Hunter Continuing Education are offering a five day professional course in Free and Open Source GIS.
August 4–8, 2014, 9AM to 5PM
GIS Cloud just released a free extension for Esri ArcMap which enables you to easily push your maps from desktop to GIS Cloud. This tool will publish maps together with their data and symbology making the end result look the same as in your desktop software. The extension has been […]
CARL FRANZEN MARCH 8, 2012, 4:15 PM Talking Points Memo One major new feature of the new iPad unveiled by Apple in San Francisco on Wednesday was a new version of the company’s photo editing software iPhotodeveloped specifically for iOS, Apple’s mobile operating system. Apple showed off how iPhoto for iOS can be used to […]
I have been playing around with open source mapping software and utilities. The reason I have been doing this is because I am not able to pay licensing fees in order to experiment with online mapping and because now I can. I can because these tools have become much easier […]