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  • Google
  • Nokia
  • Yahoo! Inc.
  • AND Automotive Navigation Data
  • earthmine
  • First American Spatial Solutions
  • Waze
  • Google

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Evan 'Rabble' Henshaw-Plath

Evan 'Rabble' Henshaw-Plath

Website | @rabble

Rabble is an independent hacker. He has extensive experience doing ruby on rails development and generally causing a ruckus. He was the architect for and Yahoo! Fire Eagle location broker platform. He’s based in Montevideo, Uruguay where he started a web shop, Cubox SA.


Location: Regency Ballroom #1
Andrew Turner (FortiusOne), Evan 'Rabble' Henshaw-Plath (
You can add maps to your site in minutes with Microsoft, Google's, Mapquest, or Yahoo's APIs. However, there's more to geo than just maps or the big guy's APIs. Learn how and when to use geocoding, reverse-geocoding, place names and other services that you've never hear of before. Read more.
Location: Regency Ballroom #1
Andrew Turner (FortiusOne), Evan 'Rabble' Henshaw-Plath (
Having leading edge features and capabilities are great, but if you can't get data into your system, or users can take their data out then it's a dead end. This workshop will cover popular formats, services, and interfaces that are emergent and upcoming in the Where2.0 space. Read more.