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agaffigan
We have an outdated app that we need refreshing. It was originally created using Qt/AppStudio. It is a fairly simple app that allows the user to search for a parcel of land via parcel ID, owner or location. Once they find the parcel, they can view tabular information associated with it. We need the app updated to work with the latest version of Qt… (Show more)
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JLenhardt-esristaff
Click to view contentLUNAFEST Film Festival is THIS FRIDAY! Short films by, for, and about women.  For the seventh year in a row, LUNAFEST is coming to Redlands. This traveling fundraising film festival is dedicated to promoting awareness about women’s issues, highlighting women filmmakers, and bringing women together in their communities. Proceeds from LUNAFEST will… (Show more)
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JLenhardt-esristaff
Click to view contentThis week is the American Association of Geographers (AAG) annual meeting in Washington D.C, and this year, of all years, I wish so much that I was attending. My mom, Dr. Jody Emel, retired from her long career as a professor of geography at Clark University in 2018, and this year she is being honored with two sessions dedicated to her work:  … (Show more)
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DWright-esristaff
Interesting and important thread on github at https://github.com/Esri/devsummit-feedback/issues/20#issuecomment-476711862    I think the time is right (and ripe!) for the Dev Summit, regardless of overall theme, to consider a woman dev expert as keynote speaker. One who comes to mind immediately is our own Amber Case, former Director of the… (Show more)
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MSingleton-esristaff
Click to view contentHappy Women's History Month! Over the last few weeks, the Women's Empowerment and Career Advancement Network (WeCan) at Esri posted stories, resources, and more to help you learn about and participate in WHM. To honor women in GIS this month, here's a review of a recently-published book from Esri entitled Women and GIS: Mapping Their Stories. From… (Show more)
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mspangrud-esristaff
Friends - hope you will join me for the film festival on April 12th evening. The funds raised will support women with scholarships to go to college!   Where: Esri Auditorium When: April 12th, 2019, Friday 05:45 reception 07:00 movies begin   Tickets –   This link goes to the Lunafest info site, which has a link to the tickets. … (Show more)
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L@coconinocounty
Hello All,   I am following this group but don't see events or discussions unless I come to this forum.  If I'm allowed to join the group will i get notifications when an event is coming up?   thanks   Lisa
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rweeden-esristaff
Click to view contentRecently, I had the chance to facilitate a WeCan (Women's Empowerment and Career Advancement Network) Discussion Circle about gender-inclusive language in the workplace. In researching the topic, I learned a lot about my own habits, assumptions, and also gave a lot of thought to the importance of being aware of how the words we use can either lift… (Show more)
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JBell-esristaff
Click to view contentWeCan hosted a session at DevSummit called WeCan Share and Connect: Women's Idea Exchange. It wasn't your typical DevSummit meet-up! At the exchange, attendees empowered one another to achieve their goals and build strong careers by sharing what they are doing in tech through casual, 5-minute presentations.   At around 70 people, the Idea… (Show more)
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