Key Topics Outline: Documenting your code Software Development gives us the ability to create and design software systems for personal or business use. As a developer, it’s very easy to expect other developers to adapt to your code and understand exactly what your intentions are for a specific code block. However, we don’t usually allow […]
GEO Jobe is pleased to announce a relationship with Mississippi Coding Academy. This investment on behalf of GEO Jobe symbolizes the beginning of a mutually beneficial relationship to not only GEO Jobe, but the future of graduating students from the MS Coding Academy. GEO Jobe and the Mississippi Coding Academy want to equip students with […]
There’s no question that Story Maps and the Story Map templates are valuable and useful for many things. There are crowd-sourced story maps, some are strictly map based, some share news and event information, others are used to gather crowd-sourced information, and then some stories walk you through a visual experience told through photos and […]
For many of us, there’s a 10-20 minute block each and every day, typically around 10 or 10:30 AM when we grab a cup, kick back for a few minutes and chill with a hot cup of coffee, tea or a favorite beverage of some sort. But what if we spend that time learning, upgrading […]
Welcome to another fun 5Things on Friday – In this interesting edition we share some useful coding tips, a story map that shares all the geography programs in America, some beer naming tricks, tips for offline data collection, and a fun coloring book for outdoor enthusiasts.
Welcome to another fun 5Things on Friday – In this interesting edition we share some useful coding tips for those looking to code for good. Enjoy a little developer history, consider an Esri MOOC that will help anyone build an app, we share details of a popular UAS event, and for kicks we wish all […]