Esri Partner Conference Photo Journal: Day One

The Esri Partner Conference is off to a rocking start in Palm Springs. You can follow along on Twitter with the #EsriEPC tag or check out our Flickr photos throughout the week. Here’s a brief recap of the action from day one (March 24):

Esri president Jack Dangermond creates a moment of WOW as he presents the ArcGIS platform for the future.

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Josh Lewis shares the roadmap for the 2013 Esri partner strategy.

The brightest of the bright geogeeks begin their epic two-day hackathon.

A quick break in the action brings the conversations outside the Plenary. Map talk around every corner.

Linda Hecht answers the question of how every map has a story.

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Esri’s partners create plans for taking over the geo world.

Bern Szukalski electrifies the crowd and sets the stage for the ArcGIS platform.

Inside the geogeek command center where the Plenary comes to life.

Scott Morehouse prepares to bring his technological wizardry to the Plenary stage for his update on the ArcGIS platform.

Amber Case makes a few last minute preparations before introducing the latest geolocation tools and unveiling the developers.arcgis.com site.

Who Is GIS lands in Palm Springs. Make sure to get your I am GIS trading card and remember to trade wisely.

Stay tuned for more photo journals throughout the week.

Ryan Wagner

About Ryan Wagner

Ryan Wagner collaborates with the Esri marketing team to launch story-based campaigns to promote the Esri brand across the globe. Raised in the wild west of Boise Idaho and a graduate of the mighty University of Oregon, Ryan is currently living the geo dream.
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  1. geoadvocate says:

    Kristopher Krug is GIS. Really?