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Russell Prentice is a graduate from the BCIT Advanced Diploma in GIS Program, complimenting his BSc. In Geographical Biogeosciences from UBC. He is adept with ESRI products including ArcGIS 10.7 and ArcSDE. Through his previous project work, he has undertaken GIS projects in a variety of fields and disciplines, including work with local, provincial and regional government, non-profit organizations and First Nations. Russell has excellent technical experience synthesizing data, automating workflows, developing inventories, documenting data and methods and conducting quality control.
Furthermore, Russell has a strong working knowledge of Python that allows him to automate workflows and perform complex geospatial analyses. He has successfully used these skills to implement solutions using both open source libraries and Arcpy. These include developing build out models for estimating carbon emission reductions and writing a script to order millions of unstructured GPS data points into accurate routes.
In addition to being a highly technical resource, Russell cultivates and maintains an excellent design ethic. His eye for design coupled with his programming knowledge allows him to skillfully turn raw data into beautiful, yet functional GIS web applications well suited to his clients’ needs. Additionally, Russell has a passion for geospatial analysis of all kinds and is always eager to take on a new challenge.
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