DevSummit Tech Sessions and Other Activities – Tips

The 11th Annual Esri Developer Summit (#DevSummit) is next week and we hope to see you all there!

Here are some tips for getting yourself ready:

1) Agenda Handout

In your registration bag will be a small printed agenda handout that you can use to help organize your week. If you’d like to get a head-start, here is a link to the PDF that you can download, print, and start circling.

2) Activities other than tech sessions

DevSummit is more than tech sessions. There are hands-on training workshops, Lightning Talks, Speedgeeking, Meet the Teams, the Vendor EXPO Social, and a lot more, including the Thursday night party featuring the world famous Dodgeball Tournament. Here is an “At a Glance” high level agenda for keeping all those big activities straight.

3) …but as for tech sessions

We’re presenting well over 250 tech sessions this year, and all of them will be recorded, since it’s often tough to get to see everything you want to see. You can watch later what you might have missed. Below is a list of tech session videos that will be provided for free on the E380 Esri Video website. It will take a few weeks to post-process and publish those, so you can probably expect them to be on that site by about mid-April 2016. The entire bundle of 250+ tech session videos are now available for sale, through the DevSummit website.

Real-Time

Real-Time GIS: GeoEvent Extension

Real-Time GIS: Best Practices

Real-Time GIS: Leveraging Stream Services

JS API

ArcGIS API for JavaScript: Building Web Editing Applications

ArcGIS API for JavaScript: Building Mobile Web Apps

ArcGIS API for JavaScript: Discover 4.0 the Next Generation

ArcGIS Online and Portal: Developing Custom JavaScript Applications

ArcGIS API for JavaScript: Using it with EmberJS

ArcGIS API for JavaScript: Data Visualization

Security and ArcGIS Web Development

Optimizing Your JavaScript App for Performance

ArcGIS API for JavaScript and AngularJS: What’s New, What’s Next

Using Frameworks with the ArcGIS API for JavaScript

Advanced Geolocation for Mobile Web Mapping Apps

A Deep Dive on How the Geometry Engine Can Help You

Runtime

Overview of the ArcGIS Runtime Quartz API

Getting Started with ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Xamarin

QML and JavaScript for Native App Development

Building Native Apps that Target Multiple Platforms

Building Ios and Mac Apps with the ArcGIS Runtime SDK

ArcGIS Runtime SDK for .NET: Tips and Tricks

ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Android: Hit the Ground Running

Extending the Survey123 for ArcGIS Mobile App

Implementing Offline Editing Workflows with the Runtime SDKs

Server

Extending ArcGIS for Server

ArcGIS for Server: Web GIS Security

Python

Python Map Automation: Beyond the Basics of arcpy.mapping and Migration

Python Working with Feature Data

Harnessing the Power of Python in ArcGIS using the Conda Distribution

Python: Effective Batch Geocoding

Integrating Open Source Statistical Packages with ArcGIS

Open

Developing with ArcGIS Open Data

Using Census Data for Smarter Apps

Data/Analysis

Insight into the New Utility Network

Administering your Enterprise Geodatabase using Python

Administering your Enterprise Geodatabase using SQL

Big Data and ArcGIS: Getting Started with GeoAnalytics for Feature and Tabular Data

Spatiotemporal Big Data Store

Desktop

ArcGIS Pro SDK for .NET: Programming Patterns

ArcGIS Pro SDK for .NET: Integration with ArcGIS Online

ArcGIS Pro SDK for .NET: UI Design and MVVM

ArcGIS Pro SDK for .NET: Editing and GDB Integration

Builders

Developing Cross-Platform Native Apps with AppStudio for ArcGIS (The Basics)

Developing Cross-Platform Native Apps with AppStudio for ArcGIS (Advanced)

Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS: Customizing and Extending

Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS: Development Tools and Techniques

3D

Building 3D Web Apps: A Step-by-Step Guide

Best Practices for 3D Scene Services

ArcGIS Pro SDK for .NET: Animation and Map Exploration

Visualization

Vector Tiles in the ArcGIS Platform

Misc

Getting Started with the ArcGIS REST API and NodeJS

Getting Things Done in Portal with the REST API

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