Monthly Archives: March 2011
ArcGIS 10 features user-friendly enhancements for shortcutting some of the clicks involved with performing geoprocessing tasks. Of course, if you know how to write scripts using the new ArcPy site package (or have the time and inclination to learn Python scripting), you’ll find the integration of Python into ArcMap a powerful way to automate geoprocessing workflows (and save yourself and your colleagues a lot of time).
But not everyone is a scripter nor aspires to be. For the non-scripters among you, below are my favorite—simple—timesavers that are built into the default interface at version 10. Continue reading
In the last month or so, we’ve been getting a lot of certification-related questions. The resources listed below are designed to provide answers.
If you do have a question, your first stop should be the Esri Technical Certification website. We’ve organized information about topics that a lot of people are asking about on the Common Questions page as well as in the pages associated with each certification domain level.
Want some background or general information about the program? Check out the interview with Patty McGray, Esri Customer Education Director, and Jamie Rosa, Esri Certification Manager, in the podcast Benchmarking Your Skills: The Esri Technical Certification Program. Continue reading