October 24-26 | bcc Berlin Congress Center, Germany
Pre-summit Hands-On Training
Monday, October 23 8:30 – 17:00 bcc Berlin Congress Center
Ready. Set. Geo-enable.
Esri brings the world of development to you. Whether you are looking to add a new platform to your arsenal or seeking to fine-tune your skills, the Developer Summit is the place to catch up on the latest in technology from desktop to runtime. Are you creating solutions to support in-house users? A startup looking to geo-enable your tools? Somewhere in between? This is the place to start.
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This is a Bring Your Own Machine experience – all the sessions are hands on, so you can learn as you go. No need to wait – get coding in your own environment and be prepared to dive deep into the technical sessions offered later in the week during the DevSummit.
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Introduction to the ArcGIS Python API

October 23, 9:00–17:00

Room B 05


The ArcGIS Python API lets ArcGIS users, developers, and anyone with an ArcGIS Online subscription or ArcGIS Enterprise leverage the Python ecosystem to automate their workflows and perform repetitive tasks by writing Python scripts. In this workshop, you will learn about: automating the administration and management of your ArcGIS Enterprise or ArcGIS Online Organization including cloning the contents of one portal to another, analyzing your GIS datasets by tapping into the rich geoprocessing and big data tools available in your ArcGIS Enterprise, creating illustrative and reproducible reports using interactive Python notebooks, creating new content or publishing the analysis results as web layers and web maps.

You should have at least a productive novice level of skill and experience using the Python programming language. This workshop does not teach Python coding, rather it dives right in on how to use Python with the new ArcGIS Python API.

Please bring a laptop PC. If you are not already a named user of your organization's ArcGIS Online account, you can sign up for a 60-day trial prior to or during class that you can use during the workshop: /arcgis/trial

Workshop participants must bring their own device.

Introduction to the ArcGIS API for JavaScript

October 23, 9:00.–17:00

Room B 09


Learn how to create web apps that feature ArcGIS content and capabilities. Version 4 of ArcGIS API for JavaScript provides a streamlined experience for application development and new capabilities to easily incorporate 2D and 3D content. This workshop introduces the API classes, components, and available functionality that will help you create high-performing web applications.

You should have at least a productive novice level of skill and experience building web pages and applications using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. This workshop does not teach JavaScript programming, rather it is for JavaScript coders who want to learn the ArcGIS API for JavaScript. You do not need experience using the 3.x versions of the ArcGIS API, but it will help if you do.

Please bring a laptop PC. If you are not already a named user of your organization's ArcGIS Online account, you can sign up for a free developer subscription of ArcGIS here: http://developers.arcgis.com

Workshop participants must bring their own device.

ArcGIS Developer Workshop for Esri Distributors and Esri Partners

October 23, 8:30–17:00

Room A 03–A 04


You must be an Esri Partner or an Esri Distributor to register for this workshop. Limit 2 individuals per company.

The ArcGIS Developer Workshop is a great way to get up to speed on ArcGIS developer technology. This is a full-day workshop covering Esri’s web and native developer technologies. During this workshop, you will:

  • Learn about the latest API design for our JavaScript API and ArcGIS Runtime SDKs—their architectures, and how they are used to build web and native applications for the ArcGIS platform.
  • Receive an overview of the most current versions of our APIs for Python, JavaScript, and the ArcGIS Runtime SDKs for iOS, Android, Java, Qt and .NET (including Xamarin for cross-platform native app development).
  • Gain insight into future development of the ArcGIS system and what this will mean for developers building on the platform.

This will not be a hands-on workshop