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Geo Architect.

Co-Founder of AmigoCloud (Mobile GIS Data Collection Apps).

LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/rburhum

Twitter: @rburhum

Blog: http://blog.burhum.com

Previously at ESRI, Microsoft and others.


May
18
comment Is there a standardized or “most used” dummy Z value?
Also, my recommendation was for the usage of NaN was as it relates to the Z value inside the geometry. So regardless of whether the value is in a database or not, IMHO it should be serialized with the geometry - so it should just work...
May
18
comment Is there a standardized or “most used” dummy Z value?
for integers you can have NaNs: numeric_limits<int>::quiet_NaN()
May
17
answered Is there a standardized or “most used” dummy Z value?
May
13
answered “ZoomToLayer” not working
May
5
answered Elevation profile sample point algorithm
May
5
comment Is there a map of map services somewhere?
If you combined those URLs with a Geoip database, you could make a map :)
May
5
comment A lot of pointers to load on map-A better solution
@user1795 And you got to do something about the 0% accept rate :)
May
5
answered A lot of pointers to load on map-A better solution
May
3
comment difference between Simple and Attributed relationship classes?
Did I mention these are descriptions of the internal representations of GDB rel classes? I fixed bugs and maintained the ESRI rel classes for 3 years :)
May
2
answered How do I generate thumbnails images from lots of shapefiles?
May
2
comment difference between Simple and Attributed relationship classes?
To answer your question "why would you have a relationship class if you didn't have attributes" basically relationship classes are also a way to message another class of edit events (object deleted, modified, inserted). One example is feature linked annotation (the text in the destination class changes with edits to the origin class). There are many other examples.
May
2
comment Using ArcGIS 10 on a virtual machine with OSX
@celenius Yes, that is one of the modes supported with this configuration. As long as you give enough memory to the bootcamp partition (to avoid heavy paging) and you have the vmware-tools installed, it should run fine. However, when you want to run at full speed, you always have the option to reboot the machine and boot from that partition without having OSX nor VMWare have anything to do with it. The point is that with this setup, you can run in either mode (which is not true if you had a "pure" VM setup).
May
2
answered difference between Simple and Attributed relationship classes?
May
2
awarded  Necromancer
May
2
comment Using ArcGIS 10 on a virtual machine with OSX
Not true. My post describes that you can also run both at the same time using Fusion.
May
1
awarded  Citizen Patrol
May
1
answered VB code for automatic refresh in arcmap with timer?
May
1
comment Realtime vector engine
What are you going to do with this "real-time GIS vector engine"?
May
1
comment Using ArcGIS 10 on a virtual machine with OSX
That question is answered in my response :)
May
1
answered Dividing the world space to geographic sub-space