GEO Jobe is Now Providing the Ultimate Collection of ArcGIS Administration Solutions

Since 2017, GEO Jobe GIS Consulting has served over 7,000 organizations world-wide with our products and services. Over the years, we have taken feedback and requests regarding our users’ needs and challenges, and provided solutions to make ArcGIS Administration much easier. This year, we provide the following three products that we are collectively referring to […]

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The Developer’s Dilemma

Have you ever felt overwhelming self-doubt when trying to solve a problem? Have you ever been in a situation where you set unrealistically high goals and then feel disappointed when you fall short? You are not alone! This is a very common issue developers face called Imposter Syndrome. “Why didn’t they hire someone smarter?” This […]

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GEO Jobe and Connected Nation – Connecting Through the Power of GIS

Connected Nation is a national nonprofit organization that develops and implements strategies to close digital equity gaps and improve digital skills in communities across the United States. They assess and plan for the expansion of broadband access, adoption, and use in both rural and urban settings. Their work includes improving broadband data collection and mapping […]

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Clean My Org Update 1.4

What’s new in 1.4? We have a huge update in store for our fourth major release of Clean My Org that covers nearly all areas of the application. Clean My Org 1.4 includes new scans, itemized content selection, new resolution options, and much more. Let’s dive into the details: Individual Content Selection Clean My Org […]

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Backup My Org

Relax, Santa. We’re Taking Care Of This Wish List Item. The Solution You’ve been Asking For Is Now Here! All the ArcGIS Administrators out there must have been very good this year, because a big, BIG wish for many of them is about to come true (just in time for the holidays). Backup My Org […]

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A Tale of Two JavaScripts

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times”. While the opening for one of Dickens’ famous novels might not have been about programming, it does describe the process of understanding synchronous and asynchronous programming quite well. A lot of interns and new GeoDevs get thrown off by these concepts, so we […]

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