I just wanted to let all of the subscribers know that I am editing the main podcast feed today so your aggregator may think all of the episodes are new and try to download them all again. I apologize for the inconvenience but it will help us break out the conference episodes in the future.
So Jesse and I are travelling again….this time we are taking a group of GIS students to tour some facilities that use GIS in the Maryland and DC area. Tomorrow we are visiting EarthData International and the Montgomery County GIS and, if they are OK with it, we’ll let you know what we got to
Keep in mind that there is just a week left to take the ESRI Podcast Survey. Ten of the respondents will be chosen at random to receive a book from ESRI. The book Agile Development Using the ICONIX Method follows a real-life .NET/C# project using ArcGIS Server from inception to working code. To take the
Our new poll is up (it can be found it the left column of the site) and we asks\ your opinion on how we should move forward with the podcast offering. As you know the length of the show has been growing, especially the interview driven episodes. With that in mind, and some ideas that
We have three great interviews that I want to be together in Episode 35 this week, but I don’t want to cut them down or serve them as special episodes. What I have decided to do instead is to take an idea that James Fee suggested this past week and serve up the opening news
FrankÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s main job at AVSP is to make sure there is ample material for the blooper real. Normally this is done through a series of bad puns, off topic remarks, and launching in to random bits of music to stick into everyoneÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s head (which will never be released lest we loose 50% of our listener
Each week when we record VerySpatial, SueÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s main job is to keep Frank and Jesse in line and somehow manage to not breathe or giggle too loudly into the microphone. Her favorite part of co-hosting A VerySpatial Podcast is getting to interview so many people in Geography and geospatial industries, and she is still hoping
We are on the road again.Ã‚Â This time on our way to Palm Springs for the ESRI Dev Summit.Ã‚Â If you are going to be there keep an eye open for the microphone.Ã‚Â When we aren’t in sessions we will be in the Andreas Room interviewing folks or wandering the floor hitting people up for
Jesse is the audio tech guy of the group. Always glaring at Frank since he knows that editing is inevitable, Jesse remains ever hopeful that someday a show will be recorded from beginning to ending that is void of bad puns that he would never release unto the unsuspecting world. Currently a PhD candidate in
Well, we have two more episodes left from our interviews at the AAG.Ã‚Â These are both with the education representatives from ESRI and Intergraph.Ã‚Â Look for those in the near future, though I am not sure I will get them both out before we head out to Palm Springs.