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Setting up your development environment for Python and ArcGIS Desktop

Published February 28, 2013 by GISi George
          By: Christopher Fricke Setup Aptana Download Aptana and Install <http://www.aptana.com/> Open up Aptana  Configure your workspace.  This will be where all of your project files will be stored.  I recommend throwing[...]

120 Hours in the Python’s Den: PyCon 2011

Published March 22, 2011 by GISi George
                    Starting in Version 10, Python is the de facto geoprocessing scripting language for the ESRI suite of software.  I primarily use python to automate the data processing[...]

Esri Developer Summit: Closing Thoughts

Published March 14, 2011 by GISi George
Dan Levine Well the 2011 Dev Summit wrapped up with a bunch of folks walking around with sore arms from the dodgeball tournament and you could tell Jim McKinney was disappointed his team wasn’t  in the finals. As has been the pattern over the las[...]

Charming the Snake : Python Tips

Published February 25, 2011 by GISi George
While fearing a real python might be justified, you shouldn’t be intimidated by the Python language. Esri has embraced Python as the language that fulfills the needs of its user community. Programming with Python using the new ArcPy site-package in[...]

ArcPy + ArcGIS Server = Excellent, fast, high quality prints

Published September 21, 2010 by GISi George
In a previous blog, Bryan Baker discussed how it is possible to create high-quality printed maps through ArcGIS Server (using a webservice and ArcObjects combo).  Now that 10 has been released, with all of its new libraries and other pieces to make [...]