Tag Archives: Community
by Lara Saikali, Cartographic Product Engineer, Esri. Several community resource centers are available through the ArcGIS Resource Center, including a page dedicated specifically to Hydrology. The Hydrology Resource Center is an online community center that promotes hydro information products created … Continue reading
The beta 1 release of ArcGIS Desktop 10.1 is now available. If you have pre-registered for the beta program you should have gotten an email with instructions on how to download the beta software. If you have not yet joined the program go to the new ArcGIS Beta Community site and sign up today.
It’s beta 1 time for ArcGIS 10.1 if you have pre-registered for the beta program you should have gotten an email with instructions on how to download the beta software. If you have not yet joined the program go to the new ArcGIS Beta Community site and sign up today.
By Aileen Buckley, Mapping Center Lead
I recently printed a wall map from the World Topographic Community Basemap, and I thought some of you might also like to do that to showcase your geographic location, especially if your agency contributed data to the map. The wall map can be created in ArcMap and exported to a number of formats that you can print from. Here are the steps to produce these large-format wall map layouts in ArcMap:
Hello transportation professionals, we wanted to make you aware of some links and resources that you should find useful…
User Conference: We hope that everyone can make it to the ESRI International User Conference, July 12th – 16th in San Diego. Not only is this a good opportunity to come up to speed on ArcGIS 10 and emerging technology, but to network and build connections as well. You can listen to our Transportation manager Terry Bills discusses the transportation events and activities planned for the 2010 ESRI User Conference in the following podcast.
Ideas.arcgis.com: ArcGIS Ideas is a web site that provides a way for you to share your ideas, (e.g. functionality, services and workflow) with ESRI and the entire GIS community. It also allows the transportation community to vote and comment on ideas submitted.
User Community Forums: Check out the Resource Center Forums where you can post technical questions and get answers from others in specific areas. Categories are organized into products, functions, communities, solutions, and languages. Of particular interest to you will be the Transportation User Community Forum.
Esri.com Industry Page: Don’t forget about the Transportation Industry Page where you can find industry focused announcements, data models, newsletters, and case studies.
Email Alias: If you have any questions about transportation related issues, feel free to email our transportation team at ArcGISTeamTransportation@esri.com
Whether you’re learning the basics of the latest release or looking to create your own add-in using the SDK, the ArcGIS Explorer Community offers a wide variety of useful information. These include this blog, the Explorer Gallery, a Media Gallery, peer-to-peer discussion and help forums, and the Knowledge Base.
Just go to the ArcGIS Explorer Resource Center and click Community.
The “ArcObjects Development Blog” has been renamed and is now the “ArcGIS Developer Blog”.
In this blog, you can expect to find similar posts, but they’ll now have a wider “ArcGIS developer” focus. This means you’ll find more developer content in the form of How To<’>s and Did you know articles, resource summaries, and highlights about activity in the ArcGIS developer community.
You’ll also be happy to know that the RSS feed hasn’t changed, so there’s no need to re-subscribe.
As always, we encourage feedback, so feel free to leave suggestions for future articles as well as comments on posts.
We’ll also be posting a number of new ArcGIS developer polls, so stay tuned.
Thanks in advance for participating in the online ArcGIS developer community.
Included are 10 questions on the following topics:
I know you are thinking “great, another ESRI survey”, but the data gathered here will help us make critical decisions about how we build and foster the online communities in the future.
And if you are reading this, then that means you are part of these communities, so now is your chance to help direct their (and your) future.
As always, your participation is valued and appreciated.