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Michael W.


Honolulu, HI

Member since:

July 27, 2012


Are you currently developing with ArcGIS?

Yes. I am developing an iPhone app using the ArcGIS for iOS SDK for my master's thesis at USC. The app will be used as an educational, volunteer-GIS tool that will allow users to learn about and share the locations of native plants that had cultural uses by the Native American tribes in Southern California.

What primary development language do you use?

Xcode 4.x (x = whatever is new today), Objective C. I've had some training in Python and C#, as well.

What geospatial technologies are you most interested in?

My background is in Anthropology and Archaeology so I am interested in geospatial technology that aids in the research of Archaeology, helps to conserve natural resources, promotes communication across cultural boundaries and helps to educate people about the past as well as garner a respect for the environment in general.


Aloha! I am a GIS Specialist working for the Research Corporation of the University of Hawaii (RCUH) and the DPW-ENV, Cultural Resources (Archaeologists) program at Schofield Barracks, Oahu.

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