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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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Mad Metadata Plan

Posted by jive on July 15, 2005 at 4:21 PM PDT

The use of Extensible-Interface pattern for an origional take on the metadata problem plaguing the spatial world (see EOGEO for background).

Thanks to those at OSG'05 for the inspiration.

Java Open Souce community

Posted by jive on July 14, 2005 at 11:25 PM PDT

I recently had the privalage of teaching a training course to Centro Internacional De la Papa (part of CGIAR).

One of the things we covered was the Java Open Source GIS community.

Where 2.0 Conference

Posted by jive on July 6, 2005 at 6:45 PM PDT

A bit more about the where 2.0.

So how do you find out location?

Microsoft dropped hints on their last slide - it looked like a flux
equation. My guess is they are going to go live with the location
based on wifi.

Where 2.0 Art Thou

Posted by jive on July 2, 2005 at 6:21 PM PDT

Where 2.0
is the second conference I have been to since udig is has been released. And I actually had a udig user recognize the shirt and come say thanks (she also happened to be one of the only women at the conference but that is that).