Leaving the GIS industry: bye for now

The GIS industry’s loss is software engineering’s gain. All the best Alex! Reblogging to highlight an excellent farewell post.

Alex Tereshenkov

After working for more than 10 years in geospatial industry, I have decided to change the field and focus on pure software engineering. I have quite enjoyed using GIS tools to solve various computational problems and software development tools to build useful GIS products and services for my customers. However, as my interests starting shifting towards clean code and programming per se – I have noticed I was reading in the bed Refactoring by Martin Fowler way more often than The ESRI guide to GIS analysis by Andy Mitchell – so I thought it would be useful to try changing the career path.

As I won’t be using any of the GIS software any longer, I won’t be able to post any new practical material that would be useful to GIS analysts and developers. However, in this post I would like to share some of the last thoughts I have…

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