• ESRI
  • NAVTEQ
  • Veriplace
  • AT&T Interactive
  • DigitalGlobe
  • Google
  • Yahoo! Inc.
  • ZoomAtlas
  • Digital Map Products
  • Microsoft Research (MSR)
  • Pitney Bowes Business Insight
  • NAVTEQ

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Adam DuVander

Adam DuVander
Executive Editor, ProgrammableWeb

Website | @adamd

Adam DuVander has been a contributor to Webmonkey, Wired’s Web developer resource, since 2000. His location-related work for BestPlaces.net has been seen on MSN, Yahoo and the Wall Street Journal. He is the author of Map Scripting, a mapping API cookbook that will be published in March by No Starch Press.

Sessions

General
Location: Ballroom III Level: Novice
Adam DuVander (ProgrammableWeb)
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You can easily add maps to your site using APIs from Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, or MapQuest. However, there are equally good options from the little guys. Learn about your many mapping options and go further with fun services for geocoding, reverse geocoding, and driving directions. Read more.
General
Location: Ballroom III Level: Novice
Andrew Turner (GeoIQ), Adam DuVander (ProgrammableWeb)
Having leading-edge features and capabilities is great, but if you can’t get data into your system or users can't take their data out, then it’s a dead end. This workshop will cover popular formats (KML, GeoRSS/GeoJSON, GML, GPX, Shape Files), services (Google My Maps, GeoCommons, Map Warper), and interfaces that are emergent and upcoming in the Where2.0 space. Read more.
The Geomena Project is creating a structured wiki database of access points that anyone can edit and use. Now that every browser can geolocate its user, let's keep the data that makes it happen updated and available to all.