From the monthly archives:

December 2009

Google gave final official digital certificates yesterday to qualified developers who passed their rigorous mapping certification process. ¬†Your Mapper is one of only 8 map developers in the United States to become qualified! The icon indicates those developers who have passed the program and obtained their certificate. The Google Qualified Developer program was designed to […]

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Your Mapper has completed Google’s rigorous mapping certification process, and is one of the few developers to be listed in the brand new Google Qualified Developer Directory. The Google Qualified Developer program was designed to recognize Google API and developer tools experts, and to provide those in need of development support with a directory of […]

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NYC BigMaps for NYC BigApps

by yourmapper on December 8, 2009

We previously discussed NYC’s BigApps contest and our Your Mapper submission. Today we’d like to tell you about our second submission called NYC BigMaps. This submission is a completely new website, targeted just to the citizens of New York, NY, much like Metro Mapper is targeted to Louisville, KY. It was built in only 3 […]

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Your Mapper has been featured in the San Francisco’s Innovation Showcase. Mayor Gavin Newsom opened some of their city’s data and then asked people to submit apps using it. We submitted our San Francisco Crime Map and they featured it on the DataSF site. Great work San Francisco!

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The city of New York is following in the footsteps of Washington DC and San Francisco by opening some of their municipal data, and then creating a public application contest. They call it NYC BigApps, a play on “The Big Apple.” Your Mapper grabbed two of the public datasets (restaurant inspections and service calls), converted […]

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