Projects

My Projects on GitHub

These days, most of the projects I’m working on can be found on GitHub. I’m working on curating a list of the most interesting ones on my GitHub home page, tomwayson.github.io. Until then, you can see the repositories that I’m contributing to from my GitHub profile page.

Blog Posts About my Projects

As the projects I work on reach their release dates or certain milestones, I will often post about it on my blog. Below are some featured posts about projects that I have worked on:

  • Esri Landscape Modeler Application This week the Landscape Modeler application that was previewed at the International User Conference in June has hit the ArcGIS Marketplace. Landscape Modeler is a web application that allows users to perform fast weighted overlay analysis at multiple scales or over a large area. This is ideal when there are multiple users that want to develop ...
  • Community Maps Contribution Management Application Released For the better part of my first year at Esri, I have been working on a web application for the Community Maps Program that would make it easier for program contributors to upload and manage their data contributions. We released a minimally viable version of the web application in the fall of 2012 which focused ...
  • How to Build a 5 Ft Tall Web Map, and Why You’d Want to Recently, the major electric utility that I work for installed a wall full of 50”displays in their power outage response control center, and they asked me to start generating content for it. The content would be real-time summary data of the power outages across the utility’s electric distribution network, and the centerpiece was to be ...
  • City of Pasadena Interactive Map Enhancements The enhancements that I’ve been making to the interactive map on The City of Pasadena’s web site went live yesterday! About the Project The Google Maps based interactive map was originally developed (by another consulting firm) to help residents identify what neighborhood and city council districts they lived in.  A user entered an address, and the page ...

You can also visit the My Projects category archives to see all project related posts.