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NASA WorldWind Job Opportunity

  I worked closely with the NASA WorldWind team when they were using Microsoft’s .NET, things have changed and evolved since then but Patrick Hogan still manages the project, he’s a good guy who I can now call a friend as well as colleague, this is an exciting opportunity for anyone with the skills required and Read more about NASA WorldWind Job Opportunity[…]

NASA World Wind 1.2 Release and Webinar Sessions

NASA World Wind open source – cross platform – open standards World Wind Release 1.2 On Tuesday July 19th, 2011 we are releasing World Wind 1.2. Please join us that day for the webinar, where we’ll describe the release contents and the new resources available to help and guide World Wind developers. We’ll also discuss Read more about NASA World Wind 1.2 Release and Webinar Sessions[…]

NASA World Wind wins NASA Software of the Year award

At long last NASA has given credit to World Wind, Patrick Hogan, Project Manager for World Wind at NASA Ames, has just let me know that NASA has awarded this years Software of the Year award to NASA World Wind. Details are posted on the community run  forum at WorldWind Central, Patrick goes on to Read more about NASA World Wind wins NASA Software of the Year award[…]

NASA World Wind Server downtime this weekend

The NASA World Wind Servers will be down for maintenance this weekend, this means unless you have your data cached locally you won’t get any imagery, for .NET you will also experience long load times and possibly no toolbar, for Java apps I’m not quite sure what problems will occur. The WorldWind Central server will Read more about NASA World Wind Server downtime this weekend[…]