Revolution #16: Breaking Boundaries

Written by Rachel Oberman and Seth Goodman Statistics By Rachel Oberman Maps By Leigh Seitz, John Napoli, Josh Panganiban, Graham Melville, Grace Grimsley, Lauren Hobbs Brave explorer and want to jump straight to the data? Check out our early alpha soft launch at: http://geoquery.org/geoboundaries/. Every Sunday, nine students pile into a tiny lab in Williamsburg, Virginia […]

Revolution #15: Code Spaghetti

I happened across a nice graphic over on codeproject.com that helpfully illustrates the types of development processes we use for GeoQuery. Enter “how much engineering does my software need”: Different elements of GeoQuery are engineered to different standards depending on two key factors: (1) if we believe it will be a long-term element of the […]

Revolution #13: “The Cloud”

We’ve had a lot of buzz around the office this week about the cloud, generally fostered by our discovery of paperspace (a cool startup that makes rolling your own computers in the cloud much easier).  We’ve dabbled with AWS, Google Compute, and a few other offerings before, but we’re constantly asked (at conferences and internally) […]