Which is the best ARP of Hawaii?

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In this episode of the “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) on Reddit, a reporter from the Wall Street Journal goes to Hawaii to explore what it is like to be a geotechanical engineer, how to be successful as an ARP (arithmetic research and development) engineer and what it’s like to work with a geospatial company.

Topics discussed include:How to find an ARPA (Advanced Research Projects Agency) contractWhat to do when your boss is a geographerWhat to look for when working with geospatially based dataWhat to know about geotaggingWhat to expect when you’re looking at data from an ARPS officeWhat to watch for in the fieldWhat the heck is an arp?

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