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Announcing UsgsClient Library 1.0

Posted by Roberto Hernandez on Jun 14, 2018 9:34:19 AM

After the DC Earthquake of 2011, I became intrigued by the earthquake data exposed by the United States Geological Survey (USGS).  During this time, I wrote my first app for the Windows Store that used USGS's earthquake data,  Rumble Radar. Over the years, I have reused the data mainly for Spatial Data Visualization demos, but also as the basis of Xamarin, UWP and Windows Phone demos. What I failed to do, time and time again, was to build a reusable library for interacting with the USGS GeoJSON API.  Therefore, I always had duplicated code in most of my demos which didn't necessarily add value to the topic or technology being showcased. That is why I wrote the UsgsClient library.

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Beyond Right Click Deployments to the Microsoft Cloud [video]

Posted by Roberto Hernandez on Mar 31, 2017 2:10:45 PM

Make your development strategy for the cloud a success. In this presentation from NOVA CodeCamp last fall, I discuss architecting your ASP.NET Core solution for deployment to the Microsoft Cloud, and using Azure Resource Manager PowerShell scripting as a tool to automate the creation of new environments. I also explain how to leverage tools such as Visual Studio Online for making one-click deployments a reality.

 

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Topics: Video, VisualStudio, Development, Cloud

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