Designed and built a Standards Repository for the DoD SDSFIE. Designed/ programmed all related software including Web Tools and Management Tools. Web Tools are Browser (to view the standard), Generator (to create standards compliant data schemas), Validater (to validate level of compliance with user datasets against the standard), Adapter (to permit profiling and extension of the standard IAW with DoD guidance), and Migrator (to assist users in migrating data from one version/schema to another). Host the repository and all Web Tools on a Web/Data Server. Provide on-line Training and a Training Web Site for user ‘practice’. Manage and operate the SDSFIE Help Desk for questions regarding model content, prior release software toolbox issues, and Web Tool.
Web-based application provides planning, analysis, and assessment collaboration and visualization tools for the strategic and operational joint assessment and planning communities. Created to assist in the command planning and decision support process using the Joint Operational Planning Process as an underlying model.
Provided an enterprise system for application and project tracking for the Federal Lands Emergency Relief for Federally Owned Roads program.
A web-based application that provides management, visualization, query and dissemination of geospatial climate change data.
Provide SQL Server database administration advisory support, source code evaluation support, website maintenance advisory support, software system architecture evaluation, technological trends evaluation support, system engineering documentation support for the CAD/PAD Virtual Fleet Support system management team.
On 30 September 2015, I gave a talk to the Southern Maryland GIS User Group titled “Interactive Maps Without Map Servers.” This post consists of the slides from that presentation interspersed with my “talk track” in order to provide context.
Today, I’m going to discuss publishing interactive maps without using a map server. I’m going to do this by focusing on a specific case study for one of our customers, the US Commission on Civil Rights. This example is fairly simple and I chose it for its ease of illustration for today’s talk. Before I get started, I think it’s necessary to clear up some terminology.