Monday, December 03, 2007
The 2008 ESRI Developer Summit will be hald on March 17th-20th, 2008 in Palm Springs, CA.
The 2008 ESRI DevSummit "is the only conference devoted to GIS, mapping, and spatial developers. If you build, customize, and deploy spatially enabled applications and you want access to what’s coming next in GIS development and design, this event is for you."
Those interested in attending the event can register online. The early bird discounted registration ends on February 15th, 2008.
This year's event will also incorporate a series of complimentary pre-conference seminars on Monday - March 17th, 2008.
Summit Attendees can:
- Strengthen Their ESRI Software Skills
- Meet One-on-One with ESRI Development Teams
- Network with Colleagues in Groups of Any Size
- Learn New Fundamentals
- Learn What’s Next for Upcoming Releases of ESRI Software
DevSummit session categories with revolve around the topics of Core Development, Enterprise Solutions, and Migration. A preliminary list of some of the technical sessions being planned for the 2008 ESRI DevSummit include:
- ArcGIS Server 9.3: Straight from the Development Team
- Building Applications Using the ArcGIS Server Web ADF and AJAX
- Building and Extending Tasks for ArcGIS Server Web Applications
- Development Patterns for the ArcGIS Server SOAP and REST API
- Programming and Design Patterns for the ArcGIS Mobile API
- Developing Custom Tasks for ArcGIS Explorer
- Deploying ArcGIS Desktop Applications
- Developing Applications for ArcGIS Engine
- Building Enterprise Applications Using the Geospatial EJBs
- Architecting ArcGIS Server Solutions for Performance and Scalability
- Enterprise Interoperability with ArcGIS Server
- Enterprise Geodatabase Development
- Building and Deploying Enterprise Solutions with ArcWeb Services
- Using and Managing Raster Data in Server Applications
- Implementing and Optimizing ArcGIS Server Map Caches
- Developing and Deploying ArcGIS Server Solutions for Linux and Solaris
- Implementing Security for ArcGIS Server Solutions
- Migrating ArcGIS Applications