00:01Hi. I'm Jim McKinney. I'm the program manager for ArcGIS...
00:02...and I'm originally from a little town in upstate New York called Brockport, New York.
00:06Hi. My name is [unintelligible]. I am originally from India.
00:09Yeah, my name's Will Crick. I'm originally from the UK.
00:12Hola. My name is Sabine Barrera and I am from Colombia.
00:16My name's Craig Proctor. I'm originally from Calabasas, California.
00:23I'm Lindsay Thomas. I'm from North Sydney, Nova Scotia.
00:26Laurene Koman. I was born and raised in Lincoln Park, Michigan.
00:29Derek Swingley. I'm originally from Muncie, Indiana.
00:32Dara Burlo. I'm from Lindsay, Ontario, Canada.
00:35Hi. I'm Natalie Vines. I'm from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and I work on the mapping system team.
00:40Dave Theodora. I'm the development lead for the ArcGIS for Server product.
00:45My name's Erik Hoel. I work on the geodatabase team.
00:48I work on the document clients team. We make applications that work with ArcGIS Server.
00:53I work on the raster development team at Esri.
00:55I work on the .NET developer team.
00:57I work in mapping system team.
00:59I'm on the new team, Esri Maps for Office.
01:01So I work on the mobile team, specifically the iOS and Android SDKs.
01:05I work in server support, so on a daily basis I troubleshoot technical issues.
01:09I work on publishing in ArcCatalog team.
01:12My main responsibility is documentation, so I also work really closely with the documentation and Resource Center team.
01:18I work on the core information model. That's things like feature classes...
01:22...subtypes, domains, attachments, and relationship classes.
01:32I also work on documentation examples as well as interacting with the user community.
01:37I actually work on the geoprocessing team, part of a small group of people...
01:41...that developed most of the statistical analysis tools in ArcGIS.
01:46As part of 10.1, we've also introduced ArcGIS Online. GIS as a service for our users...
01:53...who want the functionality of working with services over the web, who want web map functionality...
01:59...but who don't necessarily want to set up their own server and install software.
02:03Things I think are really cool in the new Runtime SDKs are the ability to create rich...
02:08...native apps that can leverage the platform, and you can create some really productive apps
02:13I'm excited for users to explore the new publishing experience with ArcGIS 10.1.
02:19If you use ArcGIS Server on premise, you'll find that there's a lot less steps in running the setups. There's no more postinstall.
02:26We are providing a way to serialize and deserialize features. This means that you can work offline.
02:34So we make it really simple for you to set up a secure and scalable server in the cloud.
02:39ArcGIS Online, specifically, the ability to work with a set of services that are remote...
02:46...the ability to simplify your workflow, the ability to use it in your everyday lives.
02:51One of the new features that I find real interesting is the new dynamic rendering that allows me to...
02:55...dynamically define a map layout and render it with a high-performance rendering server side.
03:00We are ramped up enough that if we get any call from anyone regarding any topic...
03:05...we have the resources to readily answer those questions, and hopefully get those issues resolved as soon as possible.
03:12Right now you can go to the Idea site and if you search for ideas you can see that are marked as implemented.
03:19And the part that I'm most excited about with 10.1 is that we are done and it's available...
03:23...and you can start using it, and then I can start thinking about what's coming next.
Meet the Esri Team
Get a first-hand look at some of the people who work for Esri.
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