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Jody Garnett

Jody Garnett has been working with Java since rocks began to cool, and now that they have we can hack them with Java. GIS represents one of the last great frontiers (along with BI) where the data volume lets everyone work on real computer science. This blog will cover the Open Source Java GIS community, and more then enough hard core design to keep you amused.

 

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The code always knows ... how to reproject

Posted by jive on February 22, 2007 at 5:37 PM PST




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One of the questions that came up in yesterdays debug hunt was this ...
"what to do when the query does not match the data". Lets see what the code has to say.

The code always knows

Posted by jive on February 20, 2007 at 8:45 PM PST




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The code always knows



Abstract: For the last couple of months the GeoTools community has been
creeping  around a problem ... one of quality.

Why should you donate code to an Open Source Project

Posted by jive on January 29, 2007 at 5:07 PM PST

I have had to field this question a couple times in the last week; most recently from a old GeoTools buddy by the name of Cameron. Apparently I am working on Open Location Services and he knows a buddy who is working on the same thing.

How would you answer a question like that? We all know the default answers, they form mantras for the open source movement.

WMS Tiling, or why OSGeo is not a standards body

Posted by jive on November 2, 2006 at 12:11 PM PST

At the FOSS4G conference I was charmed to see a bunch of cross project hacking ...

OPPSLA Part I

Posted by jive on October 24, 2006 at 9:04 PM PDT




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OPPSLA Part I


OOPSLA As a wack to the side of the head

Alternate Layers as the web wobbles

Posted by jive on October 6, 2006 at 2:00 AM PDT




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Alternate Layer data as the web wobbles



I enjoyed Matt Perry's post of href="http://www.perrygeo.net/wordpress/?p=35">ten favorite
WMS services some months back

FOSS4G Notes - Day Four

Posted by jive on September 14, 2006 at 4:18 PM PDT




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FOSS4G Day Four


GeoNetwork Presentation

I was able to attend this one, but only caught snatches of material as
I reviewed my presentations for the day.

FOSS4G Notes - Day Two

Posted by jive on September 12, 2006 at 3:29 PM PDT




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Well this is fun, have to drop out of my gvSig workshop as it conflicts
with the demofest.

FOSS4G Notes - Day One

Posted by jive on September 11, 2006 at 2:57 PM PDT




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Wow there is a lot to be done and it is only the first day ....