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Buenos tiempos para el desarrollador de soluciones espaciales con Java

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Leo hoy un divertidísimo post dirigido a los que se inician en la programación Java de soluciones espaciales:

Insteresting times to be a Java Spatial developer

Muy motivador para los desarrolladores emergentes en este tipo de entornos. Puede que le lluevan comentarios de defensores y detractores de algunos de los productos que menciona, porque además se ha dejado alguno en el tintero…

Comparto con él, que el panorama en el mundo de la consultoría de este tipo de soluciones es interesantísimo, y que las puertas están abiertas para aprender, pero como análisis un poquito mas serio de las bondades de unos y otros consultar:

– White-papers “The estate of Open Source GIS” (Refractions Research)

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I´ve read a funny post about being a ‘Java Spatial programmer’:

Insteresting times to be a Java Spatial developer

Really motivating for those starting in the Open Source for Geospatial arena. He may receive lots of comments from those in favor or against any of them. Apart from the fact that he is missing certain products…

Strongly agree with him about how interesting is being aware of this type of products, and the current oportunity to learn them, ‘doors are opened’. But, for a more serious documentation, to take a look at:

– White-papers “The estate of Open Source GIS” (Refractions Research)

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Written by jsgisdev

mayo 25, 2007 a 5:05 pm

Publicado en GIS

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  1. Thanks for the kind words, glad you enjoyed it. You know the real beauty is that there is no cost to play or try any of this and then when you want to sell or roll it for production there is STILL no cost. How sweet is that?

    thesteve0

    mayo 25, 2007 at 5:41 pm

  2. Strongly agree with you Steve,
    There were times when having the opportunity to work with certain environments was a kind of privilege of working in a certain company with the required licenses, permissions, etc (Remind my times as smallworld magik programmer…). Done that, you had the opportunity to learn more, contribute, innovate, etc.

    Now, there are no barriers to start, try, learn, compare, etc; just having an Internet connection, and motivation of course.

    On the other hand, too many open products to choose is becoming a problem. It is kind of paradigm the fact that open source, standardization, interoperability, etc. is becoming reality, but complexity is increasing…

    Insteresting times to be a Java Spatial Developer, anyway!!

    jsgisdev

    mayo 28, 2007 at 9:49 am


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