1. Helped organize this OpenStreetMap mapthon with some co-workers.


  2. rachelpasser:

    4 Public Speaking Tips for Geospatial Professionals.

    Click through the image to read the article. It’s a quick & straightforward read.

    jonahadkins you’re on reddit! I didn’t notice it was you until I saw the GISi logo and looked at the article again! Too funny.

    *found on reddit.com/r/gis, written by James Blacker 8/6/14.


    Im A Professional!


  3. 2nd Place and People’s Choice in the GISP Map Contest!

    Thanks to those that voted, and congrats to all the winners!


  4. Had a great week at the #esriuc !! Lots of cool things to be seen:


  5. High Res Views Of My 6 Maps At The #esriuc Map Gallery This Year.


  6. "Amazing-er" #ucselfie Part 2 From My Amazing-er Maps Lightning Talk At The #esriuc Open Source Lunch & Learn


  7. Pic From My #esriuc Lightning Talk Last Night


  8. Epic Selfie From The Stage During My Lightning Talk


  9. 1 Cartographer, 6 Maps, #esriuc Map Gallery


  10. Voting’s open for the 2014 GISP Map Contest People’s Choice Award and my entry ‘Virginia: Bridges of the Commonwealth’ is a finalist. [Entry 1]

    The poster contest required the use of the 2013 National Bridge Inventory data. I decided to represent my home state, and provide a look into the 13,694 bridges in Virginia. The map was created entirely in ArcGIS for Desktop 10.2.

    GISP is  ’Geographic Information Systems Professional’, a certification for those with careers in all aspects of mapping.

    To vote, send an email to info@gisci.org and specify ‘Map Contest Vote’ in the subject line.

    Congrats to all who entered, and the other finalists.

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