- Having an "allergy day." Extreme salt cravings on days like this. Want to curl up with a bag of chips and a TV remote. 9 hours ago
- Good luck to all the presenters at #FOSS4GNA - looking forward to the tweetstream. 2 days ago
- Name a piece of MSFT infrastructure and it's fighting with me today. #monday 2 days ago
- Delinquent mortgages in Washington Area wapo.st/RiOPAa via @postgraphics 2 days ago
- My NCAA lacrosse bracket is completely shot so I'm falling back to my old standby of rooting against Duke. 3 days ago
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Planet PostGIS, an aggregation of PostGIS-related blog content is now online. As the name suggests, it is built using the same technology as James Fee’s Planet Geospatial but is focused on content related to PostGIS. If you are working with … Continue reading
My project work the last few months has kept me away from a lot of my favorite open-source tools and I was starting to get hives. Specifically, it had been a while since I had worked with PostgreSQL and PostGIS … Continue reading
According to Manning Publications, the print version of “PostGIS In Action” , by Regina Obe and Leo Hsu, will be available starting today. I reviewed it a while back and James tipped us to its impending availability last week. If … Continue reading
Over the past few weeks, I have been reading a copy of the upcoming book by Regina Obe and Leo Hsu titled “PostGIS In Action.” Through my work with zigGIS and some of my consulting work with Zekiah, I have … Continue reading