Photo by NeONBRAND on Unsplash Contracts ruin software projects as much, if not more than, poor execution or client blockers.
Photo by Gabriella Clare Marino on Unsplash Recently, I was working on a proposal with some other Skookumites reviewing our dazzling slide deck that was sure to enamor the potential client and win the day for our blessed company.
NOTE: ANY CONTENT ON THIS BLOG BEFORE THIS POST WAS DONE ALMOST A DECADE (OR MORE) PRIOR.
2020-08-09: All the links in this post are dead. :(
I submitted two talks to last week’s ESRI Developers Summit, one of which was not selected.
As I am flying back to Charlotte from another ESRI DevSummit, my head is awash in a storm of possibility, hope, and worry.
Recently, @manningbooks asked for reviewers of “Location-Aware Applications” by Richard Ferraro and Murat Aktihanoglu.
Yay! One of my presentations was selected for the User Presentation track at ESRI Developers Summit.
Building on mylast post, I wanted to create a RESTful app that serves up legends from ArcGIS Server.
Recently, I needed to create a legend for an ArcGIS Server map service, and was amazed that it was still a non-trivial activity.