When moving large data sources between servers and personal computers I frequently utilize cloud storage services, like Google Drive, to help facilitate the move. During a recent project, I ran into an interesting issue when attempting to move an unzipped file geodatabase that contained a large attachment table into Google Drive to transfer between a […]
Kubernetes is an open-source platform for container orchestration that has been gaining in popularity over the last few years as large platforms have been re-architected to work as containerized applications. As an orchestration platform, Kubernetes includes tooling and automation for deploying, managing, and helping to scale containerized applications. History Computing environments have evolved over time; […]
Dev Tips – Everything You Need to Know from Google I/O 2018 in 14 Minutes
You may not be an Android user or an Android fangirl (or boy), however, as a developer or GIS/Geo solution provider, you really do need to stay informed of the latest developments and technologies affecting your business and your users. Recently, Google held their annual developer event, I/O. This video will bring you up to […]
Mappy Friday – Most searched Olympic Sport by country #MapThis!
With the Olympics winding down after almost 2 weeks of amazing sport there’s now plenty of time to look back on the data and trends that are coming out of Olympic related search and activity on the web. Today via Google Trends we enjoy an interesting map that reveals the top Olympic sports searched on […]