GeoNet Weekly News & Tips: Esri Technical Certification, ArcGIS Maps for Power BI as Place of the Week, and 2 Product and Service Updates

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Featured Content Highlights: Engage with Esri Technical Certification  

Technical CertificationHave you considered becoming an Esri-certified professional? Read this blog from Jeren Portillo to view Esri Technical Certification exams and see post-certification resources for managing your certification including a directory of Esri-certified professionals. Read: Engage with Technical Certification








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Featured Place of the Week:  ArcGIS Maps for Power BI

ArcGIS for Power BIShare about your use and expertise with ArcGIS Maps for Power BI or learn from others. Ask a question or explore the latest answered questions for ArcGIS Maps for Power BI. Go to: ArcGIS Maps for Power BI




3 Open Questions & Discussions

BUSRA ARIDURU is looking for some help with the closest facility analysis in ArcGIS Enterprise. Can you provide some assistance?

David Kerr wants to automate the styling of layers and needs assistance with the code to reverse the colors in the Viridis color ramp. Can you take a look at the code?

 Oliver Hanney is looking for the best way to generate the least cost path for start and endpoints in ArcGIS Pro. What would you recommend?

Recommended: See this article from Geoawesomeness about Esri's acquisition of nFrames and what that means for 3D mapping and ArcGIS Pro. Read Article >>

2 Product and Service Updates

My Esri has updates available for accessing downloads and more.

EVA codes will be retiring with Education licensing. Learn more about the changes.


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