ESRI has been working on two, half-day
ArcGIS Server 9.3 Seminars. These seminars started September 23rd and
are taking place through November within the U.S. This is a great opportunity
to see how to implement ArcGIS Server to its fullest capabilities.
The first seminar, which takes place during the morning, is “Tips and Tricks”.
It was derived by gathering the most common questions people have when
implementing ArcGIS Server and best practices. There are three main sections:
configuration and management, caching, and geoprocessing. This seminar provides
useful tips for configuring ArcGIS Server and understanding architecture, how
you can set up caching strategies and workflows for high performing web
applications and how to author and publish geoprocessing services for advanced
analysis over the web.
The second seminar, which takes place during the afternoon, is titled “Creating
path for making great web mapping applications. This seminar covers the basics
mashups, discussion on query tasks, geoprocessing, geocoding and other topics
are covered so you can see how GIS analysis can be done over this easy to use
API. You can take a quick glance of the demos that will be discussed by
Both seminars provide a great resource for maximizing the potential of ArcGIS
Server. The seminars also provide workbooks to attendees so they can revisit
the useful tips back in the office. Sign up online to attend an
ArcGIS Server 9.3 Seminar.
The ESRI technical staff hope to see you at a seminar in a city near you!
Contributed by Jeremiah Lindemann, co-designer of the “Creating Mashups Using the