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Hi All,

Been reading the site for a few years now…and though I should join, added my first post last week…great feedback, thanks.

I’m a “Cartographic Specialist” at ESRI in Redlands in the professional services group. I’m originally from Eastern Canada (Newfoundland) and went to COGS in Nova Scotia to study cartography. I’ve been at ESRI for almost 10 years now (….wow…time flies!). I mostly work on “standardized” general-reference types of maps/charts for example; topographic, atlases, nautical charts, etc.
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hi, and welcome! I am sure you have knowledge to contribute here. Are you the first newfie on CartoTalk? There are anyways a lot of Candians here.
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go on by! out on tha neck, down da arm, den two long bits up tha shore till yer there!
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Hi All,

Been reading the site for a few years now…and though I should join, added my first post last week…great feedback, thanks.

I’m a “Cartographic Specialist” at ESRI in Redlands in the professional services group. I’m originally from Eastern Canada (Newfoundland) and went to COGS in Nova Scotia to study cartography.

As a fellow graduate from the same program perhaps you can contribute by getting ESRI to catch up to with the times & start catering more to the freelance community. The future of most professional jobs lie with enterprise solutions, outsourcing projects, & more web based applications because more & more companies are finding it much cheaper not to hire professionals directly with their companies. I think as time rolls on careers are going to become more home business based.

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