This year, for the first time, Esri has added a day of fun for our fellow geo-developers that work for the Federal government or who live and work in the Washington D.C area. Tacked onto the end of the regular Federal GIS (Geographic Information System) conference, the Esri [Geo] Developer Summit will take place on Wednesday February 12, 2014. Consider it to be a full day of geo-geek coding goodness. If you are in the D.C. area and have requirements to do anything spatial or geo-related then you should definitely attend.
If you are already planning going to be there stop by and say “hi.” I’ll be presenting these three sessions:
– ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Android – Building Applications
Last but definitely not least, if you can’t make that, our full-blown geo-developer conference is called the Esri International DevSummit and it takes place in Palm Springs, March 10 – 13. Over 1500 developers converge on this desert oasis to deep dive into all things geo.
I’ll be presenting at the Esri DevSummit next week so if you are attending please swing by my sessions and say “hi”. If you aren’t familiar with Esri or the conference, about 1400 developers and other technical experts converge on Palm Springs, California every Spring to learn all things technical about building commercial and enterprise geographic information systems. There will be everything from introductory Dojo workshops to deep dives into the heart of our APIs.
If you’re around here’s my schedule. I’d be very interested to hear about what you are working on:
Monday, March 26
Gettings Started with Smartphone and Tablet ArcGIS Runtime SDKs – 1:15pm – 4:45pm, Pasadena Room. In this session, I’ll be presenting on our ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Android.
Wednesday, March 28
Flex the World – 10:30am, Demo Theater 2. I’ll be presenting with my esteemed colleague Sajit Thomas on Apache Flex.
I’ll be presenting at the Esri Developer Summit this week (March 7 – 9, 2011) . So, if you are at the conference in Palm Springs, California stop by and say “hi”. If you aren’t familiar with this conference, it is the largest geo-developer conference in North America with over 1200 geo-geeks basking in all manner of technical geographic goodness. There will be 63 technical sessions and around 29 sessions presented by non-Esri, ArcGIS developers. What better way to learn than to hear it straight from the developers on the front lines…right??!
I have three sessions: a pre-conference session on Getting Started with the ArcGIS API for Android (beta), Localizing the ArcGIS Viewer for Flex, and integrated Volunteered Geographic Information and Social Media into your GIS. A GIS, is a Geographic Information System, for all you non-geo-geeks. Hope to see you there!