Author Archives: Esri Australia

Ozri 2014

Python across the platform: an insider’s guide to the top Python libraries

Solving real-world problems with existing solutions

With so many great presentations at Ozri it’s hard to choose which one to go to. In case you missed our session, here are the key messages.

Python is a “batteries included” language. The Python Standard Library (which you get when installing Python) has nearly 300 packages which help you get the job done. The modules vary in functionality, ranging from running code in parallel with the multiprocessing library to making your terminal beep with winsound.

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Ozri 2014

ArcGIS Enterprise Systems: performance and scalability

Plan your success with ArcGIS

Planning, for anything, always seem like a good idea, but often we don’t get around to it – just ask the NSW Rural Fire Service, whose Planning to Plan is not a Plan campaign is trying to get that message across to all rural homeowners (myself included).

With this considered, I was excited to be teaching part of the ArcGIS Enterprise Systems: Performance and Scalability workshop. Information Technology like fire prevention demands a level of planning for growth and sustainability.

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