2011 Esri Developer Summit

01 Scott Morehouse

Scott Morehouse

How you can use ArcGIS to "build great stuff."

02 The Power of Platforms from Web 2.0 to Gov 2.0

The Power of Platforms from Web 2.0 to Gov 2.0

Tim O’Reilly, founder and CEO of O’Reilly Media, explores the notion of the Internet becoming an Operating System with subsystems and applications that deliver services and the importance of data as the foundation of the future.

03 ArcGIS Online: Creating and Sharing Maps Online

ArcGIS Online: Creating and Sharing Maps Online

Sud Menon, development lead, and Jeremy Bartley present an overview of ArcGIS Online and what's coming in ArcGIS 10.1 such as hosted mapping and publishing from the ArcGIS.com website, demonstrated by Ty Fitzpatrick and Art Haddad.

04 Web Mapping API's: Building Great Web Apps

Web Mapping API's: Building Great Web Apps

Jeremy Bartley, Mansour Raad, and Art Haddad demonstrate how you can use ArcGIS Web Mapping APIs for JavaScript, Flex, and Silverlight to quickly and easily build interactive Web mapping applications.

05 ArcGIS 10.1 for Server

ArcGIS 10.1 for Server

Ismael Chivite, Esri product manager ArcGIS for Server, demonstrates the magic of what's inside ArcGIS for Server's 'black box' and challenges the GIS community to create applications with engaging user experiences. Get more info at esri.com/arcgisserver

06 Desktop Development and Developer Challenges

Desktop Development and Developer Challenges

Euan Cameron, senior desktop architect,  presents an overview of development options for developers and introduces ArcGIS Runtime, a new architecture for 10.1.

07 ArcGIS for Mobile

ArcGIS for Mobile

David Cardella, mobile product manager, discusses Esri mobile product solutions and demonstrates how applications are configured on smartphones and tablets.

08 Developer Resources: Technology + Resources = Success

Developer Resources: Technology + Resources = Success

Jim Barry, developer support lead, reviews resources available to developers such as blogs, sharing, code galleries, dev meetups, workshops, training, support, ideas, partnering, social media, websites, and more.

09 Advanced Spatial Analysis Everywhere

Advanced Spatial Analysis Everywhere

Lauren Rosenshein demonstrates several ways to create services that enable you to share your analysis results and information with others.

10 The Power of Python

The Power of Python

David Wynne and Jason Pardy, geoprocessing analysis team, review and demonstrate the advantages of using Python toolboxes, add-ins, and data access module supported at ArcGIS 10.1