Justin Miller

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Justin Miller

Mapbox

Biography

Justin began the mobile efforts at Mapbox in 2010 and today helps lead development of the iOS and Android SDKs, works on experimental prototyping, and assists with teambuilding efforts. He’s been working in Apple’s programming environments for fifteen years, programming professionally for twenty, and has a background in systems administration, web development, and building startups. He ran a solo consultancy for five years during the early days of the app stores, creating apps for clients and for himself. In his free time, Justin enjoys world travel, photography, hiking, and baking pies.

Open Source Bridge 2017

Sessions for this user

* Mapbox GL: A modern, robust, open source map renderer on web and mobile

Come learn about the open source Mapbox GL native and web map renderer, how it is designed, the open specs on which it is built, and how to use it in your projects.
Practice
Justin Miller

Open Source Bridge 2015

Sessions for this user

* On-device, open source mobile vector rendering of OpenStreetMap

Learn about the moving pieces of Mapbox GL, an open source framework for rendering beautiful maps based on OpenStreetMap-based data on Android and iOS. Find out what goes into making completely configurable world maps that are always up to date and always available in your pocket.
Chemistry
Justin Miller

Open Source Bridge 2014

Sessions for this user

* OpenStreetWhat? Mapping The World With Open Data

Come learn about OpenStreetMap, a Wikipedia-like project with over one million contributors aiming to map the entire world. We'll talk about the project, the data, and how to do some cool things with it.
Cooking
Justin Miller, Rafa Gutierrez

Open Source Bridge 2013

Sessions for this user

* Come Make a Map: Completely Custom, Open Source Maps with TileMill

Map making doesn't have to be hard. Anyone can do it. And we'll show you how, using the open source design studio TileMill. Come make a map!
Cooking
Justin Miller

Proposals for this user

* Come Make a Map: Completely Custom, Open Source Maps with TileMill

Map making doesn't have to be hard. Anyone can do it. And we'll show you how, using the open source design studio TileMill. Come make a map!
Cooking 2013-03-22 19:03:44 +0000
Justin Miller

Open Source Bridge 2012

Sessions for this user

* Anatomy of an Open File Format: Where MBTiles Came from and the Mapping Problems It Solves

MapBox is a company building beautiful maps and open source tools. At the heart of our work are open software and standards, and at the heart of that is a file format for storing maps called MBTiles. We'll talk about where the need for this format came from, how it was created, and what problems it solves.
Chemistry
Justin Miller

Open Source Bridge 2011

Proposals for this user

* Open source, offline, custom mapping on the iPad

The MapBox team has been creating offline and mobile map browsing experiences that make it possible for users to better take advantage of geo-visualizations when working in the field. This presentation will focus specifically on the development of the MapBox iPad application, looking at the use cases that drove its development and the open source software stack that made it possible.
Cooking 2011-02-07 23:29:31 +0000
Justin Miller

Open Source Bridge 2009

Proposals for this user

* So you don't have a sysadmin yet...

Many startups underestimate the importance of a systems administrator very early on in the company's development. But maybe you're just not there yet. If you don't have a sysadmin, what is the minimum you should know to squeeze by in the meantime?
Cooking 2009-04-11 06:30:21 +0000
Justin Miller