Anyone here work with ArcGIS 8.0?

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  1. BlackCord96

    BlackCord96 The Humble Magnificent.

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    I'm currenty learning this software here at work and I'm wondering if you guys can recommend some books supplement my training?
     
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    I know that there is now ArcGIS 9.0 with a service pack 2 available.

    We use a lot of GIS programs where I work, but I just administer the programs, I have no idea on how to run it.
     
  3. JimboJones

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    I use this software, but I don't have any books that I could recommend on its use. ESRI has some online tutorials that are pretty good, but they do cost $$$. The way most people learn this software is to learn as you go.
     
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    BlackCord96 The Humble Magnificent.

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    Thanks, I just got some access codes for online tutorials from my boss.
     
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    BlackCord96 The Humble Magnificent.

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    Yeah. We came from 3.0, most of our clients use that.
     
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    I work at a GIS firm and we're using ArcGIS 9.0/8.3. I haven't gotten into developing with ArcObjects just yet, but I have been screwing around with ArcIMS/SDE a lot and the .NET connector. IMS kinda sucks because unless you want to deal with a lot of postbacks, you're writing a ton of javascript to generate the maps. I'm excited about getting into ArcGIS Server and ArcObjects because it seems a lot more developer friendly compared with ArcIMS.
     

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