My Talk On “Learning to Learn” and “Intro to Web Development”

Last fall I gave a talk to a software engineering class at OSU CompSci dept about learning to learn in this day and age, and also gave them a beginner level introduction to web development. I received pretty positive feedback from the students and the professor, Dr. Samadzadeh. I want to share it here in case anyone else finds it helpful.

Bing To Mapbox: Part 2

In Part 1 of this blog post series, I talked about the overall process I went through to migrate from Bing to Mapbox. In this Part 2, I will be digging into technical details of both providers and do a one-to-one class comparison & contrast with code examples. My intention for this blog post is to provide you with a technical guide if you were to take on a similar migration project.

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Bing To Mapbox: Part 1

Recently I worked on a fun (fun for me, that is) project for my company, SST Software, in which I swapped out the web mapping API and tiles provider from Bing to Mapbox/Leaflet. Overall it was a good experience and it gave me a chance to compare and contrast Bing Map with Mapbox/Leaflet API. Before I started the migration, I searched for resources on this very topic but couldn’t find much. Mapbox.com website has an article on migrating from Google to Mapbox, but nothing on Bing to Mapbox. So I figured it might be helpful to the community to blog about what I learned from this experience. Continue reading →