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by Virginia Smith, Ellison Carter and James Seppi (Bridging Waters), Laura Read (Bridging Waters and Tufts University), and Fernando Salas (University of Texas at Austin)
Over the past 20 years, more than two billion people gained access to improved drinking water resources, and 1.8 billion people gained access to improved sanitation services.* With these gains, drinking water coverage worldwide has already exceeded the United Nations (UN) Millennium Development Goal (MDG) of 88% before the target year 2015. Global sanitation coverage, currently at 63%, lags behind the UN MDG of 75%. Continue reading
This year at the Devsummit we’ll have a special multi-part presentation on the ESRI development process. The idea of this session is to give you some insight into how ESRI develops software. Members of the development team will be on stage to cover some of the practices we employ during the development process including everything from our agile development strategy, scrum meetings, to project source control and unit testing.
This session will be valuable to anyone wanting to learn more these topics or who are looking for ideas to better manage larger-scale development projects in the future.
Here’s a sneak peak of one of the topics that we’ll cover: The ESRI “Scrum”.
Don’t miss this one!