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Esri Sponsors Maps Camp at the United Nations

By David Gadsden

On Saturday, July 9 Esri is sponsoring Maps Camp at the United Nations in New York City. Esri’s Courtney Claessens will be speaking on two panels, “Philosophies of Open Source” and “What’s next for Open Source and Mapping.”

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7 Open Source Projects You Should Know About from Esri R&D Center Portland

Terraformer Esri PDX

The Esri R&D Center in Portland, Oregon works on two main projects: developers.arcgis.com and the Esri Geotrigger Service. In our free time we also build and maintain open source tools to help us get our work done more easily. Here’s … Continue reading

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Open Source, Closed Source: Moving to the Middle

Recently, several of us here at Esri had the opportunity to attend and support FOSS4G, the ‘Free and Open Source Software for GIS’ conference, this year held in Denver, Colorado.Esri was sponsoring large, and with four speaking slots and a fully staffed booth, I’d like to think we were valuable contributors to this event—which seemed to be a terrific success, with over 900 attendees.

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