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2019

Interest has been expressed within the Esri community with having Esri provide a set of icons for building presentations, particularly those involving conceptual IT architectures. Esri recently released an initial set of "Esri Presentation Icons" which can be used to develop conceptual architecture diagrams to provide a unified view of GIS deployments. Attached is the initial set of icons that are being provided for customer usage.

 

The intended use of this icon set is to enhance PowerPoint presentations by illustrating core GIS concepts. These are not intended to be used for schematic drawings or highly detailed workflows.

 

This is a really good TEDTalk from Scott Brinker on the democratization of software development.  Definitely worth a view for this valuable perspective.  There are so many no and low code options, full custom code should be a last resort and only if its business value is proven with a total cost of ownership analysis.  The question is not CAN I DEVELOP THE APP, it is SHOULD I DEVELOP THE APP.

 

Everyone Is A Software Developer | Scott Brinker | TEDxBocaRaton - YouTube 

Important document released from NASCIO, their Top Ten Policy & Technology Priorities for 2020.  It's important that GIS practitioners are aware of these as well as most of them impact your world.

 

  1. Cybersecurity & Risk Management
  2. Digital Government
  3. Cloud Services
  4. Consolidation/Optimization
  5. Customer Relationship Management
  6. Budget, Cost Control, Fiscal Management
  7. Legacy Modernization
  8. Data Management & Analytics
  9. Broadband/Wireless Connectivity
  10. Innovation & Transformation Through Technology

 

https://www.nascio.org/Publications/ArtMID/485/ArticleID/856/State-CIO-Top-Ten-Policy-and-Technology-Priorities-for-2020 

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