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I am Steven Citron-Pousty – a Developer Advocate for OpenShift – the PaaS solution from Red Hat, which lets me flex in a lot of different areas some of which includes GIS, Programming, Statistics, Gaming, Fishing…

I have a great family which I will talk about once and a while but the internet can be a creepy space some times.

I live in San Jose.

The feed for this site is at: https://thesteve0.wordpress.com/feed/ (which is some sort of WordPress convention)

If you want to contact me I am: scitronpousty aT gmail dot com and you can also reach me there for some gtalk’ing

This is my space to talk about whatever I hope you enjoy it and add to the “conversation”.

Please understand that these are my opions and ideas here – not those of my employer or anybody else who resemebles them.

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  1. Dave Bouwman / Aug 23 2006 6:31 am

    Steve – where’s your RSS feed?

    Dave

  2. thesteve0 / Aug 23 2006 9:45 am

    Thanks Dave, I updated the about page. You can find it here
    https://thesteve0.wordpress.com/feed/

  3. David E. Wright / Dec 30 2006 4:50 pm

    I have seen a few things written by you and having just relocated back to Cali I wanted to ask you a couple of questions.

    1. How are we for usergroups out here? Back in Denver we had the Visual Studio Usersgroup plan Bouwmans Arc Group north and a ArcIMS group in Denver. Anything worthwhile in the area?

    2. Are there any good sources of collaboration in the Sacramento Area? I work onsite with the County of Sac and am always looking for places or people to bounce ideas off of.

    What do you think?

    David

  4. bmg / Dec 5 2007 1:20 pm

    Steve:

    I saw a post (although not a section to comment) about SDE. My question is, do you have a step-by-step guide to upgrade SDE 9.1 to SDE 9.2 on SQL Server 2000? I’m using the single data base model (where the repository exists in each database).

  5. Steven Citron-Pousty / Dec 5 2007 1:46 pm

    Sorry bmg, I no longer work for ESRI nor do I use their tech in my work. EDN or the support center might have a white paper on your question.

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