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In the process of getting a collection of Oracle tables working efficiently with GeoIQ Connect, we learned a few tricks and added some additional code to improve performance. This post covers some hints you can do on the database side of things to make your database tables work well with GeoIQ […]
Some of you were noticing that the Intersection analysis was a bit slow and we noticed that it was using quite a lot of memory – the larger the dataset, the worse it performed. We tackled this head on and have rolled out a much better algorithm, which, I’ve measured as being between 7 […]
On October 28, 2011 By admin
Loading KML Files So lets say you have a bunch of kml files you want to load into Geocommons. Of course, its fairly easy to load these through the web UI, but if you need to do this often enough, it would be nice to have a program to do it for you – after […]Continue Reading →
Early next month is JSConf, which will be bringing some of our engineers to Portland. We thought it would be a great time to meet-up with some of our Portland friends and show what we’ve been working on. PIE has been gracious enough to provide us with a space on Sunday afternoon May 1st from noon until 6pmContinue Reading →
It was a cold and rainy Friday morning when I headed out to Reston, Virginia for RubyNation, a local ruby conference. Attending were hundreds of the Washington area’s finest ruby developers, as well as programmers from as far away as India. What follows are what I consider the highlights of the conference.
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