Like many of you, I was not there. But sometimes I felt like I was just from following all the action on Twitter. Folks were sending a fair number of tweets during the BPC. But it was during the Developer Summit that the Twitter action really took off! Interested in seeing what was discussed? You can follow the hash tag for the Summit - #devsummit.
Keep an eye on the Developer Summit events page on ESRI.com – they have already posted some video, and more will be available in the coming weeks.
There have also been a lot of attendees posting on their blogs about the event:
- Brian Noyle – GIS and .NET Development
- Dave Bouwman – multiple posts
- Slides on SlideShare
- ArcGIS Explorer 900…
- ESRI Developer Summit Talks
- Talking Tech: Behind the Scenes (I thought this one was an interesting peak into Dave’s presentation building methods)
- James Fee – Spatially Adjusted – multiple posts
- Reflections on the 2009 ESRI Developer Summit
- Using OpenLayers with ArcGIS Server REST API
- 2009 ESRI Developer Summit Plenary Session (lots of details given here)
- ArcGIS Explorer blog (ESRI)
- Explorer 900 DevSummit Pre-con Seminar
- Explorer 900 at the DevSummit Plenary – Part 1
- Explorer 900 at the DevSummit Plenary – Part 2
- Explorer 900 at the DevSummit Plenary – Part 3
- Explorer 900 DevSummit plenary recording now online
- Glenn Goodrich – Fumbling Towards Geekstacy
- Donny V – 2009 ESRI Developer Summit
- GeoEntelechy – Reflections on DevSummit
- more as I run across them…if you were there and blogged about it, let me know!
Another fantastic resource that many of the #devsummit presenters have taken advantage of is the slideshare site. In particular there has been a tag created here for “esri” & one for “devsummit” as well – so you can find all all of the presentations in one place. There is some good stuff here – even without the presenter.
If you know of any blog posts or other interesting Developer Summit related resources that should be listed here, please leave a comment and let me know. Thanks!
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