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What are the Top Programming Languages in the GIS World?

Image source: www.tiobe.com Every now and again we hear about the importance of programming for Geographic Information Systems(GIS) professionals, that…

GIS made in Canada – Doug Seaborn’s VISION*

An interview with GIS entrepreneur and visionary Douglas W. Seaborn on an exciting period of GIS development in the 1980s…

East View Secures New Partnership Agreement with Valtus

MINNEAPOLIS – March 1, 2016 – East View Geospatial is excited to announce an agreement with Valtus Imagery Services, part of…

Original map by John Snow showing the clusters of cholera cases in the London epidemic of 1854

Looking Back at my First Year, GIS & Geographic Analysis at Ryerson University

After successfully completing my first year at Ryerson University in Toronto, I wanted to share some thoughts about my experiences.…

Catherine Ennis – International GIS Manager

Welcome Catherine Ennis to the GoGeomatics community! GoGeomatics:  We would like to give our readers some background.  Let’s start with…

Jessica Coleby – Research Analyst at InterStratics Consultants Inc.

GoGeomatics Canada had the privilege of interviewing Jessica Coleby, a Research Analyst at InterStractics.   GoGeomatics: Tell us a little…

Jean-François Dionne – Senior Geomatics Specialist at WESA Group Inc in Ottawa

The first GoGeomatics Canada interview for February is with Jean-François Dionne. He is the Senior Geomatics Specialist at WESA Group…

Spatial Ecologist and GIS Manager

Ted Elliot of LGL Limited environmental research associates helps to better explain and define what a Spatial Ecologist and GIS Manager’s role could be. A key to LGL’s success has been the stability of the company, resulting in low staff turnover. Several staff members have been with LGL for 30 years or more. This experience enables LGL to complete assignments efficiently, on time, and within budget, and with a high degree of scientific competence.