Jim Barry

Jim is a GeoDeveloper Advocate at Esri, currently doing developer community support, outreach, and technology adoption work in the NYC area. In 25 years at Esri, Jim has worked in a variety of roles in app development, consulting, teaching, and technical support. Before that, he worked in GIS tech positions in local government, for a major electric utility, and served as an infantry officer in the US Army.

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Web GIS for Connecting At-risk Youth with Health Services

Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Services (AHS) (teenhealthcare.org) is a NYC-based program that “delivers comprehensive, integrated medic...

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what3words Overview – What it is, how it works

Guest Blog Post, Submitted by Steven Ramage from what3words “Addressing just got easier” Jack Dangermond A radical new user friendl...

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DevSummit Tech Sessions and Other Activities – Tips

The 11th Annual Esri Developer Summit (#DevSummit) is next week and we hope to see you all there! Here are some tips for getting yoursel...

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Hack for San Diego

From October 3-10, San Diego State University hosted their first ever Big Data Hackathon, using the social media hashtag #Hack4SD. Their ...

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