Trying to register for Dev Summit. I kept getting this message Then I finally get in and it brings me to a page to pay but I am a customer with tickets. So I call the help line and it just rings and rings then hangs up on me. Did that twice and now I just get a busy signal. 1-888-377-4576 thanks
The following are the future dates for the Esri Developer Summit: March 6-9, 2018 March 5-8, 2019* March 10-13, 2020* March 9-12, 2021* March 8-11, 2022* March 7-10, 2023* March 12-15, 2024* March 11-14, 2025* *Tentative dates
As for 2020: DevSummit in Palm Springs will take place on Tue-Fri, 10-13 March, 2020, with pre-conference workshops Sun-Mon, 8-9 March. The registration page should be open sometime during September, with all the details.
We had another successful Developer Summit last month in Palm Springs. Here are a few highlights from the conference. Lightning Talks On Monday, we hosted Lightning Talks, where our users got to share five minutes' worth of solid developer gold! The following were our speakers during the event. Name Role Organization Title Ashley…(Show moreShow less)
If you missed out on DevSummit this year, or are just looking to re-live it, the following are the Top 20 technical sessions you may want to check out. First… what does "Top” mean really? Well, some we included due to them being some of the most popular sessions of the week, and some we chose because of the session room was really full, or…(Show moreShow less)
We had another successful Developer Summit last month in Palm Springs. Here are a few highlights from the conference. Lightning Talks On Monday, we hosted Lightning Talks, where our users got to share five minutes' worth of solid developer gold! The following were our speakers during the event. Name Role Organization Title AshleyPreviewHide preview
Hey, this continues to be a great conference (IMO the only one really worth attending ever since the first year). My kudos this year are to the Palm Springs Convention Center for their redesigned coffee cups! Someone had to say "no" to loose sleeves. The whiffle of the year goes to the wristband implementation: you couldn't get it set up on…(Show moreShow less)
This presentation covers concepts associated with minimizing data loss and downtime using out of the box methods tools and functionality available within ArcGIS Enterprise. It describes backing up and restoring an environment using the WebGIS DR tool, high availability and disaster recovery using geographic redundancy.
Sure and that's good news on the views, esp that I see 10.7 is available today. I do not know how my hosting site became unavailable to the portal in the first place. It just happened after I lost 4 collaborations. Perhaps a Nessus port scan caused a communication break, or a loss of the F5 - we use F5 to direct traffic, but not for load…