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LeslieFountain
Community Team

The last day of the 2021 DevSummit took a deeper look into extending and automating enterprise software with ArcGIS SDKs and ArcGIS Enterprise on Kubernetes. Here is a summary of the demos and links to YouTube. 

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LeslieFountain
Community Team

Learn about stories and demos from 2021 DevSummit Plenary - Day 2. 

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LeslieFountain
Community Team

In addition to exciting demos and informational sessions, don’t miss the opportunity to connect with Esri staff and other developers in DevSummit and in Esri Community after the summit.

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LeslieFountain
Community Team

Catch a recap of product demos from 2021 DevSummit Plenary - Day 1. 

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LeslieFountain
Community Team

Ask Our Experts at the 2021 Esri Developer Summit

Tuesday (4/6) – 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (PST)

Wednesday (4/7) – 7:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.; 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. (PST)

Thursday (4/8) – 7:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.; 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. (PST)

Chat with the Esri Community team!

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LeslieFountain
Community Team

Here’s a list of the current Technical Session videos now available on Esri Events YouTube. This list will update as they are posted. Some links are subject to change. 

 

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LeslieFountain
Community Team

Looking for information about the change of events and how to handle travel accommodations?
See the Frequently Asked Questions | 2020 Esri Developer Summit with a statement from Jack Dangermond. 

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LeslieFountain
Community Team

Add GeoNet to your agenda at the Esri Developer Summit Conference in Palm Springs! Learn more about our exciting announcement and get tips on how to connect with members of the community. Encourage a colleague to attend with you to learn about building your network and professional career.

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KoryKramer
Community Moderator

Now that I’ve got your ear with that attention-grabbing title, I want to share something new that you’ll see at the Esri Developer Summit (DevSummit) this year.  This may throw you for a loop, but stick with me - it will all make sense in the end!  By “hammer time,” I am referring to the malleus (Latin for hammer), the second smallest bone in the human body.  Partnered with two other small bones, the incus (anvil) and stapes (stirrup), the malleus is the first bone in the middle ear that receives vibrations from the tympanic membrane (the eardrum), and kicks off the transfer of those vibrations through the middle ear to the inner ear where the auditory nerve senses the vibrations and connects them to the brain.

Sirens… getting louder… stop… whew, glad I stopped so that I didn’t get run over by that fire truck!

This makes this group of three small bones, collectively known as the ossicles, a critical component of conveying environmental queues to the human brain for interpretation, decision-making, and learning.

While Esri conferences have always been about creating opportunities for face-to-face time with our customers and partners, the Customer Experience team is striving to elevate customer listening at conferences, making it a highly visible celebration of how we synergize with you - our partners and users - to create amazing products, services and experiences. 

Using interactive wall activities and customer interviews as our medium of engagement, the Customer Experience team provides a platform where we can hear from you, learn more about your needs, be a champion of your voice, and continue to strengthen an already strong culture of listening at Esri. We gather this feedback, analyze it, and share it with relevant stakeholders across the company to drive improvement.

Our first foray into this type of activity was just a couple of weeks ago at the FedGIS Conference in Washington, DC.  It looked like this…

And this...

TL;DR Your voice matters and is music to our ears, the good vibrations to our ossicles. When you’re at DevSummit this year, come talk to us.  The Customer Experience area will be set up smack dab in the middle of the Primrose Lobby and open for your participation during the following times:

Wednesday, March 11th from 7:30 am – 6:30 pm

Thursday, March 12th from 7:30 am – 4:00 pm

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MichelleMathias
Community Manager

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 Snyder

Utilities Mapping Technician III

Manatee County Government

Using Python to Predict Impacts of Storm Inundation on Sanitary Sewer Structures

Andry Rajaoberison

Master of Environmental Management Candidate

Yale University – School of Forestry & Environmental Studies

In-class Use of ArcGIS Online and Seawall Toolbox

Laura Emerson

MGIS Student

Pennsylvania State University

Extending an ArcGIS solution

 Special thanks to Laura for highlighting Robert Scheitlin's Custom Web Appbuilder Widgets list in GeoNet.

Priyatna Kusuma

IT Development Leader

Meteorological, Climatological, and Geophysical Agency (BMKG)

Developing Mobile Application: Weather-based route prediction

Jeff Gawrych

 

IBM

IBM-The Weather Company Data and Esri Use Industry Cases

Liam Lyle

GIST Major

TAMU

Campus 3D GIS: An Automated
Multi-Source Fusion Approach

Jinwoo Park

PhD Student

TAMU

An Automated Indoor Network Extraction from Building Information Model

Edgar Hernandez

Software Application Developer I

TAMU

Integrating ArcGIS JS API with Angular 2+

SpeedGeeking

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:

Presenters

Topic

Ken Field

All of Cartography in 300 Seconds

Derrick Burke

Scripting Your ArcGIS Enterprise Deployment in AWS

Morten Nielsen

From .NET Framework to .NET Core - The Future of .NET on Windows

Mara Stoica

Customizing the Open Source Data Collection App

Bojan Savric

The Equal Earth projection

George Bochenek

Serverless Python

Julie Powell

Handy JS API Techniques and Goodies that You May Have Overlooked

Melita Kennedy

Goodbye, NAD83! Hello, NATRF2022!

Ryan Libed

Screenshots with the ArcGIS API for JavaScript & HTML2Canvas

Tamrat Belayneh

I3S – An Open Standard to Bring 3D to Web, Desktop and Mobile Platforms

Tommy Fauvell

Vector Tile Payload Analysis

Nakul Manocha

Learn about ArcGIS Companion

Forrest Collins

Story Maps in Augmented Reality

Nick Wisehart

Coding for Accessibility

Sean Morrish

Creating, Publishing & Curating I3S Scene Layers

Aaron Pulver

Strategies for Building and Testing Battery-efficient Mobile Apps

Tim Duggan

Using Donut Polygons to Create a Masked Extent Effect

User Presentations

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!

 

Additional Resources:

You can find presentations and videos on YouTube here.

And for more info and updates check out the GeoNet DevSummit Space and the Esri Developer Summit Twitter page and the Proceedings page.

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