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Unidata is looking for a Software Engineer!

LDM

The Unidata Program Center is hiring! We are looking for a software engineer to join our open source efforts related to Unidata's Local Data Manager (LDM) package and community use of the LDM via the Internet Data Distributions (IDD) system.

Specifically, we are looking for a person who will:

  • Assist in the development and community use and deployment of the LDM software package;
  • Employ a working knowledge of software engineering practices in version control, build systems, release management, unit testing, continuous integration, and defect management;
  • Collaborate with community users on remote installation and troubleshooting of LDM/IDD issues; and
  • Advise and resolve community support inquiries about the installation, configuration, and use of the LDM.
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LDM 6.13.14 Released

LDM 6.13.14 has just been released.

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LDM 6.13.12 Released

LDM 6.13.12 has just been released. You can view a list of the changes in the CHANGE_LOG.

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Unidata is looking for a Software Developer

Local Data Manager

The Unidata Program Center is hiring! We are looking for a scientific software developer to join our team in creating and maintaining software and data services to support the geosciences.

We are looking for a software developer to help us help our community of scientists access the Earth system science data that fuels their research. You'll have a chance work with a great team at the Unidata Program Center and and enthusiastic open source community to test, maintain, and develop Unidata software projects, focusing on our open source efforts related to the Unidata's Local Data Manager (LDM) software package and community use of the LDM via the Internet Data Distribution (IDD) system.

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Bringing Back the NIU Weather Server

Northern Illinois University

In the spring of 2019, Northern Illinois University (NIU) applied for and received a Unidata Community Equipment Award grant for a project titled “Bringing back weather.niu.edu: A multifaced server at Northern Illinois University.” The NIU Meteorology department (now Geographic and Atmospheric Sciences) has been involved in the dissemination of meteorological data since the late 1990s, when Russell L. DeSouza Award winner Mr. Gilbert Sebenste set up the “NIU Weather” server at weather.niu.edu. The server relayed data to dozens of Universities via the LDM and had a popular “storm machine” website that provided some of the earliest model forecast soundings. After Mr. Sebenste's departure from NIU in 2017, the server was taken off-line.

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