Category: esri

What’s happening

I like doing work that has me interacting with users and geodevs. It’s fun, I get some great feedback, some critical feedback, but that’s cool. I really enjoy seeing what others are doing and I enjoy helping people solve their geodev problems. I don’t know what happened, but I filled up my plate pretty good…


Esri UC 2017

It’s Esri UC week. I’m doing a few presentations, if you’re interested I recommend you check them out. The UC is a great conference, a chance to learn all the new stuff in the ArcGIS platform and apps and tools that are available. There is a lot that happens at UC, from industry folks getting…
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DevSummit Season 2017

It’s that time of year, it’s wet outside (in SoCal anyway), I’m blasting through material and slides and wondering what I’m doing. I tend to over-commit, and I like to think I over-deliver. I have to admit, I kind of thrive on it. Presenting and sharing material. I think I do a decent job of…


Esri European DevSummit 2016

It’s only the second day of the 2016 Esri European Developer Summit, but so far it’s been a terrific week! Living on the edge I just so happened to get my passport the morning of my flight, so to say I was cutting it close is an understatement. The flight here was long, yes, but…


I’m going to Berlin

That’s right, I will be at the Esri European Developer Summit next week. That’s why the blog post is late this week, I am swamped. I was a late addition to the party, so I had quite a bit of catching up to do. I’ll be involved in preconference ArcGIS API 4 for JavaScript training…
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Intro to ArcGIS API 4 for JavaScript Sale!

This weekend is a holiday weekend in the states, but I want to say thank you to all my readers and everyone who has purchased any of my books, either ArcGIS Web Development or Intro to ArcGIS API 4 for JavaScript! To say thank you, I wanted to offer you a $5 off my latest…


Setting up a Free ArcGIS Developers Account

This week I’m going to cover how to quickly sign up for a free ArcGIS Developers Account and also how you can create new FeatureServices as well as application level authentication for your apps. When you sign up for a developers account, you get access to 50 credits per month to test-drive the ArcGIS platform….
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My week at EsriUC 2016

Last week was a jam-packed week of EsriUC 2016. This was my second year attending the UC as an Esri employee, which means I had more presentations to do this year, which was awesome. I really enjoy doing these sessions, I’m pretty comfortable talking to crowds of people about tech and all things geo, so…


Time based Smart Mapping in ArcGIS Online

The latest updates to ArcGIS Online introduced a great new Smart Mapping capability. The ability to create visualizations based on time data. The ability to explore your data based on temporal information is incredibly useful and adds a new way for users to be able to create enticing maps and tell whole new stories. In…


DevSummit 2016: Recap

Ok, so I know I said I would do daily recaps of DevSummit last week, but my days ran longer than expected and I had less time for recaps than I thought. I already talked about plenary and the vector tiles sessions I did. So I’ll talk a little about my other sessions. Yann and…