We had another successful Developer Summit last month in Palm Springs. Here are a few highlights from the conference.
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.
Utilities Mapping Technician III
Manatee County Government
Using Python to Predict Impacts of Storm Inundation on Sanitary Sewer Structures
Master of Environmental Management Candidate
Yale University – School of Forestry & Environmental Studies
In-class Use of ArcGIS Online and Seawall Toolbox
Pennsylvania State University
Extending an ArcGIS solution
Special thanks to Laura for highlighting Robert Scheitlin's Custom Web Appbuilder Widgets list in GeoNet.
IT Development Leader
Meteorological, Climatological, and Geophysical Agency (BMKG)
Developing Mobile Application: Weather-based route prediction
IBM-The Weather Company Data and Esri Use Industry Cases
Campus 3D GIS: An Automated
An Automated Indoor Network Extraction from Building Information Model
Software Application Developer I
Integrating ArcGIS JS API with Angular 2+
On Tuesday, over in the Santa Rosa/San Jacinto room, we hosted our SpeedGeeking event. In a little over an hour, our users are invited to listen to 17 different developers present on topics ranging from cartography to 3D. The presenters only present for five minutes and after the buzzer goes off, the users can move to another station and hear a brand-new five-minute presentation on a new topic! We had over one hundred attendees who came by to enjoy each of the talks. Here is what they enjoyed:
All of Cartography in 300 Seconds
Scripting Your ArcGIS Enterprise Deployment in AWS
From .NET Framework to .NET Core - The Future of .NET on Windows
Customizing the Open Source Data Collection App
The Equal Earth projection
Handy JS API Techniques and Goodies that You May Have Overlooked
Goodbye, NAD83! Hello, NATRF2022!
I3S – An Open Standard to Bring 3D to Web, Desktop and Mobile Platforms
Vector Tile Payload Analysis
Learn about ArcGIS Companion
Story Maps in Augmented Reality
Coding for Accessibility
Creating, Publishing & Curating I3S Scene Layers
Strategies for Building and Testing Battery-efficient Mobile Apps
Using Donut Polygons to Create a Masked Extent Effect
The For Developers, By Developers design of DevSummit implies that we're all bringing our work and ideas together, in a four-day, two-way conversation, learning from one another at the largest geospatial developer community event in the world. On Wednesday and Thursday, we had 25 presenters of technical talks, sharing with others their work, techniques, and lessons learned, helping make us all better, and inspiring us all to implement these ideas that not all of us may have known before.
Thank you to those who attended and participated, as well as those who followed along virtually. We invite you to share your experiences and what you learned during the week in the comments below.
We hope to see you in Palm Springs in 2020!
You can find presentations and videos on YouTube here.