View Blog Post Check out my latest post, just published on the SSP Innovations blog. It discusses the methods for retrieving Feeder Manager 2.0 information in code and how it’s changed – especially in the context of autoupdaters.
Hello, all! I’ve finally gone ahead and made the switch to full WordPress for the main CAVX.net website. I’m using a customized template right now. I’ve finally given in, which is simply to say that I have always designed and built my own CMS systems from scratch in the past for all of my previous […]
View Blog Post A while back, I published an article on the SSP Innovations blog detailing the methods needed to convert VBA scripts to Python. That blog post has been updated to work with ArcGIS 10.1 and 10.2.X. They may be worth another look!
View Blog Post I’ve published a new blog post on the SSP Innovations blog, detailing a simple workaround to one of the more common time-wasters in the ArcFM community. Save yourself some valuable time!
View Blog Post Check out the newest case study I co-wrote on the SSP Innovations website, where we discuss another method of implementing hyperlinks for a client.
View Blog Post Check out my newest SSP blog post, detailing a nice tip for developers who make ArcMap/ArcCatalog buttons using ArcObjects. This simple tip greatly helps the user experience and saves developer frustration.
View Blog Post My blog post for this month at SSP Innovations talks about a great new processing tool I helped develop to fire ArcFM autoupdaters, refresh related objects (including annotation), etc. en masse.
I’m coming back home from working weekly in San Francisco. As promised previously, I’ve added the wedding website for myself and my wife to the archive. It was a lot of fun to build and crazy to think that I did so about two years ago now!
Despite the busy nature of my job recently, I’ve recently switched hosts for the site and moved everything over and stitched everything back together. During the process, I updated a lot of links that became broken after Whisper went down – including adding Whisper itself to the archive. I’ve already given the archive as a […]