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September 21, 2016
Rich Gwozdz
Data APIs, like all code, should be tested. Unit testing works well for certain API components, but often times you want to test an API service endpoint itself. You may want to answer these questions: 1) Does the endpoint still exist? URLs can get changed, files can mistakenly get removed,...
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August 26, 2016
Naomi Menahem
If you haven’t had a chance to visit the “Graphic Masters” temporary exhibit at the SAM (Seattle Art Museum, 1300 1st Ave, Seattle), you’d better hurry because it ends this Sunday, August 28. The exhibit presents print work from six artists, whose work spans 500 years: from Dürer, to Rembrandt,...
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August 03, 2016
Phoebe Merritt
The 2016 State of the Map – held July 23 through 25 in Seattle – attracted developers, analysts, and map-users from across the country interested in all things OpenStreetMap. Here were some of the big themes and takeaways: Mapping in Remote Areas: Dale Kunce from the American Red Cross really...
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July 28, 2016
Anna Nakae
The first event to kick off the annual State of the Map (SOTM) US Conference was the Geo-Ladies meet-up for women interested in all things related to OpenStreetMap (OSM) and geo. Since the conference is being hosted in Seattle this year, Geo-Ladies was held at Ada’s Technical Books & Cafe,...
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July 20, 2016
Heidi Johnson
Who’s excited for this week’s State of the Map US? We are! Hosted in our home city of Seattle, we’ll be there to welcome our neighbors as well as those who have traveled from afar to get down with maps. Friday: You’ll find us at the GeoLadies social. We’re a...
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July 08, 2016
Todd Slind
We’ve been headquartered in Ballard since our inception nearly 7 years ago. We love being a part of the neighborhood and for the second year, we’ve had the opportunity to help out the SeafoodFest with an interactive map of festival activities and attractions. This year, we were able to get...
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June 15, 2016
Shawna Paradee
We have been working with the Alliance for Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) for many years and it was our great pleasure to get the opportunity to travel to Nairobi, Kenya to meet many of the AGRA team members in person. AGRA works very hard at making a positive impact...
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May 23, 2016
Naomi Menahem
On Friday, May 20th I participated in Seattle’s Creative Mornings talk to learn about what POP’s technical/creative team has been up to lately. Creative Mornings is a breakfast lecture series for the creative community. This month’s theme is “Reality” and they invited Dave Curry, VP of Emerging Trends & Technology...
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May 18, 2016
Heidi Johnson
We’re as proud as new parents to announce the launch of a new version of our website, spatialdev.com. The redesign makes it even funner to learn about us and what we do. The site’s simple look and refreshed content are responsive to allow you to better interact with SpatialDev on...
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May 09, 2016
Anna Nakae
I recently participated in a Missing Maps mapathon for the first time. The meetup group Maptime Seattle, a local chapter of an international geospatial group focused on teaching all things maps, had chosen their monthly topic to be Missing Maps. Missing Maps is a collaboration project between Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team,...
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