GeoAI and You: Modelling and Datasets

Last August, we covered some of the highest-level concepts about GeoAI in an attempt to demystify it. If you haven’t already, I recommend reading that article before continuing. If you already have, welcome to part two of the series! We’re happy to have you. Today, we’re going to be digging into what goes on “under […]

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Project Management In an Agile Environment

According to a 2018 study Agile Project Delivery Confidence, agile projects are 28% more successful than traditional projects. Additionally, a survey showed that of the organizations asked, 71% of respondents reported using agile methodology sometimes, often, or always. Agile is quickly becoming the new norm. Let’s take a look at how this growing popularity affects […]

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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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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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