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Skye Perry

Skye Perry

Skye Perry is a CEO for SSP Innovations and has provided technical architecture, development, and management solutions for GIS-centered implementations since 2000. Skye's roots tie back to Convergent Group, Miner & Miner, and Enspiria Solutions where he has focused on implementing Esri GIS customizations and system integrations. Today Skye is still involved on a number of SSP's project implementations and supports technical marketing in addition to leading the company.

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    Versioning for Dummies: Part 1

    So maybe you’re not really a dummy at all but instead you are a GIS manager who wants and/or needs to understand ESRI versioning. This is one of the most common topics we are asked about in the consulting field and a good one to unpack here in layman’s terms. This is the first in a series of articles that will help to understand versioning as well as provide some useful version management tips and tools. There are many articles out there that define what versioning is but we’re going to attempt to get behind the scenes to look at how versioning works...
    Categories: GIS, Skye Perry, Versioning
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    Useful Scripts for the Non-Programmer: Do AU’s Get In the Way of Your Mass Updates?

    As consultants within the ESRI Electric, Gas, and Water utility space, we often work with clients using the Telvent ArcFM™ extension for ArcGIS. One of the foundational elements of ArcFM™ is the AutoUpdater (AU) which allows a customer to configure a module of custom code to fire as a triggered event on any GIS table event - onCreate, onUpdate, onDelete, onSplit, etc. AU’s are great - they capture the username of the last editor, the last update date, can automatically set additional fields based on spatial location or other attributes, or can do just about anything else you might imagine on a triggered event. However, we have consistently run into a request from clients that want to perform a mass update on a set of records within ArcGIS without the AU’s firing. Our initial response is usually that they can temporarily un-configure the AU within ArcCatalog but many users don’t like that option for a variety of reasons we won’t get into here. Our second recommendation is that they execute a few simple lines of VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) code which will disable the AU’s within the current edit session within ArcMap. This request has come through often enough that we believe this script will prove to be useful to more users in the community.
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    Sales and IT Professional Dean Perry Joins SSP Innovations

    Experienced in sales and software development, Perry joins the company as Sales & Account Manager. He'll lead SSP's accounts and marketing efforts, providing leadership for all client and partner interactions. He can be reached at 720.229.0227 or our contact page.
    Categories: News
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    SSP Innovations Announces New-Hire Corey Blakeborough

    A recent graduate from the University of Northern Colorado, Blakeborough earned a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration: Computer Information Systems and worked as lead web developer for UNC's Monfort College of Business. As SSP's newest Software Consultant, Corey will use his extensive software development skills to assist with the design and execution of several ongoing projects.
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    Utility GIS Industry Veteran Chris Cushenbery Joins SSP Innovations

    SSP is proud to announce the addition of Cushenbery, who brings over 15 years experience as a software professional in this field. Chris most recently worked for Enspiria Solutions and ESRI as a Project Engineer and an Enterprise Consultant, respectively. As a Principal Consultant at SSP, he'll lend expertise and technical leadership to existing and new systems integration projects.
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