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Jim Barry, Program Manager, ESRI Developer Network (EDN) briefs on GIS and Mapping Solutions for Developers through EDN.

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ESRI Developer Network

  1. 1. ESRI Developer Network Jim Barry Program Manager, EDN ESRI - Redlands, California USA
  2. 2. The World Leader in Geographic Information Systems • 1969 – Geography matters, possibilities of GIS • Start: land use and environmental protection – Now, almost all industries • 1982 – ARC/INFO launched Mainframe, to workstation, to desktop, to the web
  3. 3. • 90 distributors • 2,000 business partners • 300,000 user sites • 65 corporate alliances Corporate citizenship – Education, conservation, disaster response, grants, sustainable development
  4. 4. ESRI Developer Network GIS and Mapping Solutions for Developers • Entire ArcGIS platform • Full licenses for development and basic testing • Annual subscription • Discounts: technical support, training • Online resources • User communities
  5. 5. ESRI Developer Network GIS and Mapping Solutions for Developers • Product – Software bundle • Server GIS • Mobile GIS • Geodatabases • Since 2005 • ArcGIS Extensions • 5,000 subscribers • to supplement ArcGIS Desktop • Program – Online Resource Centers – Online Communities – Developer Summit conference – Beta software
  6. 6. Applications you can create • Server • Desktop • Mobile • Web
  7. 7. Extensions you can leverage • 3D • Data Interoperability • Geodatabase Update • Geostatistics • Image • Maplex • Network • Schematics • Spatial, Raster • Tracking
  8. 8. Data and services you can use • ArcGIS Online • ESRI Data & Maps DVDs • Vendor data • Web services • Your data –Database server –Exposed through web services
  9. 9. Why use EDN? • Low cost of entry • Save production licenses for production use • Defer deployment costs application development process Production Developer License Cost License Cost
  10. 10. What’s new with EDN: 2008 • Simplfied EDN front page • Redesigned, improved online resources • Community pages • Improved navigation, search • Integrated global social networking • More blogs from product development teams
  11. 11. What’s new with EDN: 2008 • Simplfied EDN front page
  12. 12. What’s new with EDN: 2008 • Resource Centers
  13. 13. resources.esri.com
  14. 14. blogs.esri.com
  15. 15. forums.esri.com
  16. 16. tinyurl.com/EDNfacebook
  17. 17. twitter.com
  18. 18. youtube.com/ESRItv
  19. 19. @JimBarry @AL_Laframboise @agup @dcardella youtube.com/ESRItv tinyurl.com/EDNfacebook
  20. 20. ESRI Developer Summit • Annual conference • Advanced technical sessions for developers • Growing year after year • “Productivity” event
  21. 21. What’s next for EDN: 2009 • Developer Summit: 40% more content • Wiki KB • Wiki documentation for JavaScript, REST, Flex APIs • Media Galleries • Double live webcasts • Enhance user recognition program • Support design, deployment developer certification program • Grow Java resources • Upgrade forums • What do you need?
  22. 22. Thanks! jbarry@esri.com
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