Citrix Solutions for Fellow GIS-ers AND Mac Enthusiasts

If you are a proud consumer of Apple products, you may be able to relate to the frustration and hints of sadness I personally felt when I was first “falling in love” with the field of GIS back in graduate school. Having experienced no other class like it, I vividly remember the highs of seeing


Web-App Development, from Scratch.

After our recent submission to Esri’s Climate Resilience App Challenge, I wanted to follow up further with details on RainHarvest, addressing that which many of you might have asked--what does it take to develop a web-app from scratch? If that’s the case, here’s our ROK recipe: (more…)


Mission: Esri’s Climate Resilience App Challenge? Complete!

What a great feeling it is to finalize a project and click “Submit.” Sigh, relief! (more…)


Data mining?

Whether you’re new to GIS or are a seasoned user, do you ever find yourself wondering what kind of projects you could dabble in, if only you had more data? Data of all kinds? While “pretend” data certainly has its value in providing good practice in learning the ins and outs of GIS tools, the