Events

Esri Developer Summit

Watch it all again!


March 10–13, 2014
Palm Springs Convention Center

2014 Plenary Videos

Social Coding and the Future of Open Source
60:07

The App, the Map and the Dude - Esri Dev Summit 2014
1:29

Esri Developer Summit 2014 Welcome
8:56

ArcGIS for Developers
22:52

Web GIS
15:26

Web APIs and App Templates
9:51

Web App Builder
7:55

Enterprise Web Developer
5:25

Native
6:30

Offline
7:56

Developer Experience
6:08

What's Coming
8:24

Cross Platform
8:24

Net SDK
7:05

Python
15:13

ArcGIS Pro
19:32

Deployment Strategies
14:46


Live by the Code

Developers, your time is now, and Esri DevSummit is your event. Learn how to build for your organization or the community at large and sell apps in the ArcGIS Marketplace. See the latest in native and web. Get going with Esri's Geotrigger service. Connect with user experience experts.

This one event delivers the world of development to you.

Imagine over 155 tech sessions and 45 demo theaters plus user presentations, Lightning Talks, and SpeedGeeking. All this and a rousing game of dodgeball!

Presummit Hands On

Chris Wanstrath, CEO and a cofounder of GitHub, will share his vision for social coding.

Esri Showcase

Make the most of your time by highlighting must-see agenda items. 

Keynote

Find out what's new and what's next from Esri's leading developers in the opening Plenary Session.

Meet the teams

Choose the training you need. Here's a look at the top 10 tech sessions.

Demo Theatre

Win prizes for your responsive web mapping app in the ArcGIS JavaScript Code Challenge.

Lightning Talks

Get it all: tech support, training certification, software feedback, ArcGIS test-drives, and more.

Speed Geeking

Choose from dozens of talks and sessions focused on Mobile and Web Development.

Technical Sessions

Learn 10 new things in an hour with fast-paced presentations on hot topics.

User Presentations

Build the best community-oriented app you can think of during two marathon sessions.

GIS Solutions

Grab your team of six for indoor dodgeball, proving location really does matter.