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  • 1. 2010 ESRI Developer Summit What’s coming in ArcGIS 10
  • 2. Timeline
    • April 1 ArcGIS 10 Prerelease
    • June
      • ArcGIS 10 Final
      • ArcGIS.com
      • V2.0 of ArcGIS Server API’s
      • Jack Dangermond – “In my entire career in GIS, I have never felt so excited about a release.”
  • 3. ESRI Stack
    • 4D (X, Y, Z, Time)
    • Geoprocessing/Map Automation
      • arcpy
    • Geodatabase
      • Spatial Data Types (Migrate Tool)
      • Attachments
      • FileGeodatabase API (C++ only)
  • 4. Desktop
    • Editing
    • Query Layers
    • Add-ins
    • ArcGIS.com
    • SharePoint Integration
    • Display Performance
    • Geocoding
    • Migration
  • 5. Server
    • Services
      • Feature Layers
    • API’s
      • Editing
      • JS, Flex, Silverlight (v2.0 ~ ArcGIS 10)
      • iPhone
      • Android, Windows Phone 7, Blackberry
    • Caching
    • Server Object Extensions
  • 6. Explorer, Engine, Mobile
    • ArcGIS Explorer Online
    • ArcGIS Engine
      • Easier Installs
      • Faster Drawing
      • Multi-tasking backend
      • Licensing
    • ArcGIS Mobile
      • Windows Tablet and Mobile Applications
      • Mobile Project Center
  • 7. What’s Next
    • ArcGIS 10.1
  • 8. Conclusion
    • ArcGIS Desktop
      • Editing, Map Automation, Map Authoring/Publishing tools
    • ArcGIS Server
      • Web tools for map display, minor/online editing, minor analysis
      • Always connected scenarios
  • 9. Conclusion
    • ArcGIS Engine
      • Sometimes connected
    • ArcGIS Explorer
      • Free, middle weight viewer, presentations
    • ArcGIS Mobile
      • Lighter weight, handheld or touchscreen optimized