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We are hiring!

GeoSolutions is looking for talented people to fill a couple of positions which would mainly involve designing, implementing testing geospatial applications as well as providing support for the Open Source projects we are involved in.Here below some additional details:GeoSpatial Mobile Developer Android/iOSThis position would mainly involve designing and implementing native mobile geospatial applications.Qualifications are as follows:Working knowledge of Android DevelopmentWorking knowledge of iOS DevelopmentWorking knowledge of OpenGL is a plusWorking knowledge of Spatialite is a plusWorking knowledge of Geospatial libraries like GDAL, OGR, PROJ4, GEOS is a plusKnowledge of web development with Python is a plusKnowledge of Java (JEE and JSE)...

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GeoSolutions Presentations @ FOSS4G 2013

Dear All,we are publishing here most of the presentation GeoSolutions gave at the Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial (FOSS4G) 2013 conference. GeoServer on steroids from GeoSolutions GeoServer an introduction for beginners from GeoSolutions Advanced GeoServer Security with GeoFence from GeoSolutions Raster Data In GeoServer And GeoTools: Achievements, Issues And Future Developments from GeoSolutions GeoServer for Spatio-temporal Data Handling With Examples For MetOc And Remote Sensing from GeoSolutions Advanced Cartographic Map Rendering In GeoServer from GeoSolutions If you'd like to know more about what you could achieve with our support, do not hesitate and get in touch with us. If you need professional services to get...

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GeoServer CSS module graduated to official extension

Dear All,if you have been looking at the recent GeoServer releases you might have noticed that the CSS styling module has been graduated to extension status, making it available to a much larger audience as part of the GeoServer releases (before it was available as part of the nighly builds, for those that venture to try out new features).For those that are not up to speed, the CSS styling module, originally written and maintained by David Winslow, allows to build styles using a CSS-like syntax which is at the same time more compact and more expressive than the usual SLD styling...

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GeoServer presentation during SDI Days 2013

Dear All,GeoSolutions has been invited last week to the 2013 edition of the SDI Days which took place on th 26th and 27th of September in Sibenik, Croatia.The conference was organized by The State Geodetic Administration Croatia, the Joint Research Centre - Institute for Environment and Sustainability and the Croatian Chamber of Chartered Geodetic Engineers. The SDI days 2013 focused:on 26th September INSPIRE and integrated land & water management scientific workshopon 27th September 5th NSDI and INSPIRE day.Simone Giannecchini and Eleonora Fontana were invited to give a talk about current status and future developments in GeoServer which is a mature building block for creating...

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Developer’s Corner: MapStore 1.3.0 released!

We are proud to announce the MapStore 1.3.0 release.This is the latest official release of MapStore, the simple and intuitive way to create, save and share maps.MapStore is based on the GeoExplorer Open Source framework and is licensed under the GPL license.You can get MapStore as:generic binarygeonetwork integrated binarywindows installergeonetwork integrated windows installerHere is a list of the most important improvements included in this release: Update ExtJS and OpenLayers to 3.4.1.1 and 2.13.1 versions Allow multiple plugin instances, allow overriding of default plugin configurationGeoLocations MenuMain Toolbar Improvements Many additional bugfixes If you need further info look at the complete list of included issues.With MapStore you...

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