One of the weirder problems we had on moving the ESRI setup was editing the data. It wasn’t the normal “hey lets add an address” but it was tackling the idea of “We need to edit the data in the field”. As it was explained “the way we did things” was to drag the data […]
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Latest Blog Posts
New Year – Different posts. I love Listservs – I’ve resigned from all the OSM listservs though. It takes the stress level way down. Of course I still edit. Chattanooga from an OSM standpoint is pretty decent. Three things I usually tackle are buildings, parking lots, and Fire Hydrants. Why parking lots? If you ever […]
For my own sanity I usually do a year end Health Check on the business and see what went well and what didn’t. This blog post has went so well I’m on the 7th re-write. The first post was exceptionally dark and put me in a funk for a week….the next six became increasingly easier […]
I should write something. My last few “2020 in Review” posts aren’t working like I’d wish – so I sat down last night to make a map. A map of what? Good question. I think in my every day attempts of databases and technical wizardry I lose sight of “I actually like maps” and I’m […]