Vishful thinking…

User presentations at the ESRI Developer Summit 2010

Posted in ESRI by viswaug on February 1, 2010

ESRI has expanded the number of user presentations and the space available to these presentations at the ESRI Developer Summit 2010 compared to 2009. Given the large number of people who attended some of the user presentations last year and were left standing throughout the presentation, this will be a very well appreciated move on the part of the ESRI team running the developer summit this year. I had the privilege/pleasure of presenting at the devsummit last year at one of the user presentation sessions. My presentation last year was titled ā€˜Harnessing Server Object Extensionsā€™ and I had a blast doing it. This year, people attending the event have been asked to vote on abstracts to select user presentations for the devsummit. I have submitted a couple of abstracts this year also and if you are interested in attending the presentation at the devsummit or in watching the recorded media after the devsummit, please vote for the abstracts below. You will have to create a new user account on the site before you can vote. Your ESRI global account id will not work there.

Building a Map Printing service for Web Clients – Recalling the journey

Continuous Integration 101: Streamline your software development process

Also, check out my colleagues presentation about another VERY exciting project we collaborated on.

Web-based Dynamic Thematic Mapping


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  1. osedok said, on March 16, 2012 at 9:53 am

    Any chance of gettin the Building a Map Printing service for Web Clients ā€“ Recalling the journey presentation emailed to me? Looks like the URL is not longer available.


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