Weltkarte des Idrisi vom Jahr 1154 n. Ch., Charta Rogeriana
Relief shown pictorially. Place names in romanized Arabic. Accompanying text in English. Facsimile. Original version: 1154. Oriented with north to the bottom. Originally printed on 6 sheets, each ca. 47 x 68 cm. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. In manuscript blue pencil on verso: "Idrisi Weltkarte 1154 A.D., S. 1. Band, 2 Heft."
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Path To Citus Con, for developers who love Postgres | Transcript: Why people care about PostGIS and Postgres with Paul Ramsey & Regina Obe
Path To Citus Con is for developers who love Postgres. Guests join co-hosts Claire Giordano and Pino de Candia to discuss the human side of open source, databases, PostgreSQL, and the many PG extensions (including Citus.) Produced as a monthly live show on Discord by the Postgres team at Microsoft, subscribe to our calendar to join us live: https://aka.ms/PathToCitusCon-cal.
A library of handcrafted vector linework for cartography, each designed in a unique aesthetic style. They are meant to break us away from default line paths that we so often rely on by providing more visually-interesting alternatives.
SHIPPING FROM UNITED STATES NOVEMBER 2022 “In history I have invented the map.”—Emma Willard, 1848 OverviewEmma Willard created new ways to understand time. Her inventions defined chronology for millions of Americans. This volume explores Willard’s legacy by republishing her graphics with new critique and context. An o
Matt Asay’s piece today about the skills shortage in cloud got me to thinking about what constitutes the required knowledge to work on various projects, and how much implicit knowledge is bound up with any given “single” technology. The cloud has a people problem (tl;dr? There's a skills shortage, per @cloudpundit, and multicloud, increasingly a reality, compounds the problem) https://...
I don’t know how to end this except to say it feels like my whole career has been spent watching geological layers of technology pack down on each other, layer upon layer upon layer, and that the result seems, in aggregate, completely unapproachable.
iCarto no es una “familia”. Algunas entidades o empresas intentan describirse a si mismas como “familias”, “grupos de amigos”, “comunidad” o términos parecidos. En iCarto intentamos no caer en este tipo de paternalidades ¿auto-engaños?. Nos sentimos a gusto trabajando en equipo, compartimos tiempos de ocio y mantenemos relaciones de amistad. Pero discutimos y nos enfadamos. Valoramos la individualidad.