Tag: Developer Summit
The Esri Developer Summit is just a month away, scheduled for March 6 – 9, 2018 in Palm Springs. Many teams at Esri have been working to put together a comprehensive line-up of offerings to help you get started with the ArcGIS Pro … Continue reading
The Esri Developer Summit in Palm Springs is just a couple months away, and once again you’ll find a comprehensive line-up of technical workshops and sessions on the ArcGIS Pro SDK for .NET. Whether you’re looking to get started, or to get … Continue reading
Here we go with Dev Summit 2016, and here is the latest listing of the six ArcGIS Pro SDK sessions in chronological order with locations. For more information, go to the online detailed agenda and type Pro SDK into the … Continue reading
3D GIS animation is an exciting capability of ArcGIS Pro, and now even more so with expanded functionality with the Pro 1.2 SDK for .NET. There is already a rich set of animation features you can leverage directly from the … Continue reading
Come meet the Raster team at the 2012 Esri Developer Summit
Come by and meet the members of the Raster Team, whether you have a question, or just want to meet some of the team. There are several way to meet us: you can come by the Showcase Area, you can attend our Technical Workshops or Demo Theaters, or you can join us at the Meet the Team event. Continue reading
By Julie Powell
The folks on the Business Analyst team invited me to blog about some work I’ve been doing with the BAO API.
Recently I created a cool application to demo at my Esri Developer Summit technical session, focused on customization of the ArcGIS Viewer for Flex and the power of the BAO Flex API. “Go Electric” is an enterprise application that allows Go Electric management to view their current electric car charging stations, and evaluate the market potential for new charging station locations (note: “Go Electric” is a fictitious company, used to model a realistic scenario).
The ArcGIS for Defense and Intelligence team will be at the 2011 Esri Developer Summit this March 7th to 10th in Palm Springs, CA. On Thursday we will be presenting a technical workshop showing what is available to developers and what is coming next.
|What:||ArcGIS for Defense/Intel – A Developer’s Guide|
|When:||Thursday, March 10, 2011, 8:30am-9:45am|
|Where:||Palm Springs Convention Center, Mesquite GH|
|Description:||Developers can build defense and intelligence products and solutions using the ArcGIS software stack. The focus of this session will be on demonstrating how to leverage key elements of ArcGIS to develop focused defense and intelligence applications. Topics of this session will include real-world examples of constructing military features, building planning and intelligence templates, and creating a situation awareness Web application. Patterns, frameworks, and practices that will help defense and intelligence developers easily build, test, and maintain applications will be discussed.
Prerequisites: ArcObjects, .NET experience
We’d like to announce the Flex-A-Widget Challenge, a developer competition for the ArcGIS Viewer for Flex. The challenge: either modify an existing widget or create your own custom widget for the ArcGIS Viewer for Flex application, then submit it as part of the Viewer code gallery. The widget must work on the ArcGIS Viewer for Flex 2.2 release or higher.
You can enter as many widgets as you like for the competition. The online entry form becomes available on January 14. If you’ve previously submitted a widget onto the Viewer code gallery, you’re welcome to enter it in this competition by completing the entry form.
We recommend that you submit the following as part of your widget entry:
- A compiled version of your widget that works in the ArcGIS Viewer for Flex application
- The source code for your widget
- A ReadMe file that explains what the widget does and how to install/configure it
- An associated sample service available to see it in action (if needed)
The winner of the competition will be decided by public voting.
For full information on contest eligibility and how to enter, see the contest home page and official rules. Study these documents closely and you’ll notice that the first 100 applicants to submit a valid entry will receive a free Flex-A-Widget t-shirt!
Good luck and we hope you enter often!
-The Esri Flex Development team
The upcoming 2011 Esri Developer Summit (Palm Springs, March 7–10) offers a number of opportunties to show off your Silverlight prowess.
First, showcase your work in a presentation. We have a great community of Silverlight developers and we would love to have you share your knowledge. Whether you’re building Silverlight Web applications, Windows Phone apps, SharePoint extensions, light-weight WPF apps, WCF services to power the backend or pushing your stuff into Azure – show it off. Celebrate your epiphanies, provide tips and tricks, walk through case studies, go into the juicy details, bask in the glory. Just be sure to submit your abstract by January 7, 2011.
And second, the inaugural Light Up the Night Challenge for Silverlight developers will commence the first night of the Dev Summit, March 7 at 6pm. We’ll provide the challenge details that night, along with ample food and drinks to power your creativity. Developers of all skill levels are encouraged to participate. The first 100 submissions will get a coveted t-shirt, bound to be an instant classic. Place in the top three and you’ll go home with a prize compliments of Redmond. What will the first place trophy be? A golden atlas? A shiny globe? A wooden canoe? Come join us and find out. Sign up now and start the Dev Summit off right.
The ArcGIS Silverlight/WPF, Windows Phone, and SharePoint Development Teams
The 2011 Esri Developer Summit is just a few months away and we’d like to remind you that you have an opportunity to present at this conference. A few years ago, Esri opened the door to user presentations in which you can share the lessons you’ve learned while using Esri software. These are some of the most popular and interesting sessions at the Developer Summit.
If you’re interested in presenting at the 2011 Dev Summit, submit an abstract by December 31, 2010 on this site. In the weeks following, the Esri user community will then vote on which presentations will be accepted to fill the available slots.