A few weeks ago, Patrick Hammons and I introduced ArcGIS Hub to our GeoDev community. During the hour, we chatted with almost 800 folks about the open source components that make up ArcGIS Hub and how to engage citizens. We … Continue reading
OpenStreetMap is a free, editable map built by volunteers largely from scratch and released with an open-content license. Since its inception, this global community has grown to over four million registered OSM users. The HOT (Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team) in particular focuses … Continue reading
Esri is pleased to be sponsoring the inaugural Maps Camp on July 9th, 2016 at UN Headquarters in New York City. This low cost, single day event is one of over 30 OpenCamps that will bring together 6,000+ attendees excited about engaging with open … Continue reading
On the weekend of May 2nd Esri had the pleasure of participating in the Alameda County Apps Challenge in Northern California. The County put together an awesome event, drawing nearly 200 people interested in hacking on the Open Data that they have made available.
Las Vegas is obviously no stranger to gambling, but the first weekend in January more than usual flocked for a proverbial roll of the dice.
At the 2014 AT&T Developer Summit Hackathon, we watched over 600 cutting edge developers descend on the Palms Hotel and leverage location in their apps alongside smart watches, beacons, headsets, intelligent fabric and more. As always in Las Vegas, the stakes were high!
optimizePanAnimation. It was a single bullet point in a long list so a follow-up post was in order to explain why we added it and what it does.