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Mike Dolbow is a GIS Coordinator at a small state agency and your classic Jack of All Trades (Master of None). Mike was interviewed for GeoHipster by Atanas Entchev. Q: How did you get into GIS? Would you do it all over again given the chance? A: Like a decent percentage of my peers, I … Continue reading Mike Dolbow: “I haven’t always succeeded, but I’ve always been satisfied with the pursuit”
Q: Tell us about yourself. A: I’m a 29 years old student from the Cartography M. Sc. Program, from Saint-Petersburg, Russia. I hope it will go well and this September I’ll successfully defend my thesis about the exhibition methods of historical maps in mixed reality. I obtained my first degree at St-Petersburg University in 2012, … Continue reading Maps and mappers of the 2020 GeoHipster calendar: Nikita Slavin, April
Q: Tell us about yourself. A: I am originally from Finland, but got started in GIS during my undergraduate degree at the University of Glasgow in Scotland. Great university with one of the most picturesque campuses in the world. After Glasgow I went back to Finland for a MSc in Geoinformatics at the University … Continue reading Maps and mappers of the 2020 GeoHipster calendar: Heikki Vesanto, March
Nate Wessel is an urban planner and cartographer living in Toronto. He spent much of his life so far in Ohio and enjoys cycling, walking, mapping things, and playing with his cat. Check out his website https://natewessel.com/ for more info. Nate was interviewed for GeoHipster by Natasha Pirani. Q: Hi Nate! How did you become … Continue reading Nate Wessel to GeoHipster: “I want to get stuck doing something”