In Episode 17 of the Everyday Geo podcast, we have another opportunity to learn more about a geospatial user. Xochitil Soto is a Mexican national living in San Francisco with her husband while he does software engineering for a cloud service company. She is a geographer who has done work using geospatial technologies for companies […]
In Episode 16 of the Everyday Geo podcast, the first podcast interview of 2018, I get to discuss Open Source with Michael Miller. Mike is an independent contractor who has been programing and working with open source software for several years. While starting off in programing he began his move to the geospatial realm in […]
With a new year, comes new things. In 2018, the Everyday Geo site is experimenting with new things of interest for professional, as well as new, users of geospatial technology. These ‘bits and bobs’ of information will come from various web sources, videos, podcasts, blogs, etc. These podcasts are meant to share with other users’ […]
In Episode 15, the final podcast of 2017, I am talking to Don Iwanicka. A geospatial professional and contractor in the Calgary area of Alberta, Canada. Don has about ten years of experience in geospatial technology focused on GIS and remote sensing. When Don is not learning new things in the industry or […]
In episode 13 of Everyday Geo, I learn more about the non-profit organization Geospatial Niagara. This NPO is founded and headed up by Darren Platakis who is in St. Catharines, Ontario where the legendary drummer, Neil Peart, for the rock band known as RUSH was raised and within view of the city of Toronto […]
In this episode I get to spend some (virtual) time up North! The land of lumberjacks, Tim Hortons, Double-Doubles and Hockey… a lot of Hockey. That’s right… Canada. And in this show we actually do not talk a whole lot of Esri! No offense Esri or Arc users, but it is nice to hear somebody […]
This is a shorter than usual episode of Everyday Geo, but I get to talk to family! Even though I am tongue tied most of the episode I get to spend some time with Robert Wood, who is my cousin and recent graduate from Texas Christian University (darn those Horned Frogs) with an applied geoscience […]
In this episode, I talk to a recent University of Oklahoma graduate that I noticed on Twitter. Trent Pollard is a geospatial user working in the energy industry getting his start in the technology after deciding that ‘petroleum engineering’ was just not right for him. Join us and the millions of my other listeners (his […]
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