Georeferenced in Cape Town, South Africa. I have a BSc in Applied Geoinformatics from the University of Stellenbosch, majoring in GIS, Computer Science and Information Systems. I started my career as an Environmental GIS Intern at the City of Cape Town and then spent several years as part of the Enterprise GIS team at Aurecon Cape Town. I co-ordinated Vodacom’s GIS function for a year before rejoining Aurecon as the GIS Specialist in the Advisory Asset Management team.

My focus areas include, but are not limited to, preparing and maintaining mobile GIS solutions using ArcGIS Server and ArcGIS Online, Python scripting for ArcGIS Desktop, ArcGIS Server and database administration, developing and maintaining web applications, and ad hoc ArcGIS Desktop analysis.


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  1. Cindy,

    I came across “Everything is Spatial” and found quite some interesting resources on GIS. Here’s adding to the list of “geo”s on the internet. Please do check out some of the courses listed under the “Geo-Spatial” tag on CourseBuffet (https://www.coursebuffet.com/tag/Geo-Spatial). We wanted to introduce you to CourseBuffet as a good resource on GIS and related disciplines.

    The goal of CourseBuffet (https://www.coursebuffet.com/) is to help you find high quality courses, compare them easily, and form learning paths from the courses you pick. We use the CourseBuffet Classification System to classify every course similar to what is done at American universities. Courses that cover the same or similar material will have the same CourseBuffet subject and number. This enables you to know which courses are directly comparable.

    As showing is better than telling here are some courses on Statistics and Computer Science listed at CourseBuffet:



    We would love to have you check out CourseBuffet and share your opinion. I hope you will find CourseBuffet worthy of being listed as a resource on “Everything is Spatial” for your readers who wish to keep on learning.

    If you have questions and or feedback please let me know!

    — Prithiv

    Keep connected with us!


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