The ArcGIS Runtime SDKs at the 2020 Esri User Conference

We have a great session lined up for you this year as part of the Developer Experience at the 2020 virtual Esri User Conference. Tune in on Tuesday July 14th at 8:40am PDT for our Streaming Live with Q&A session, ArcGIS Runtime: What’s New and Road Ahead. This will be a 45-minute presentation during which we’ll take you through some key updates to the Runtime SDKs (digging into some finer details along the way) and finish off with an overview of what’s coming next for this powerful technology. There will then be a 15-minute Q&A with a panel of Runtime engineers to cover any questions you might have from the presentation. You can find more details on the session in the full Virtual User Conference agenda.

On Monday afternoon, and all day Tuesday and Wednesday, there will also be a virtual developer island staffed by Runtime engineers ready to chat with you and answer your questions about working with the Runtime SDKs. To join in the chat, you just need to be registered to attend the User Conference.

We also invite you to take in some of the in-depth technical sessions we’ve recorded. Check out this blog post and this YouTube playlist. The vast majority of these sessions were recorded just a couple of months ago for the Developer Summit, and they run the gamut from introducing you to working with the Runtime SDKs all the way to in-depth coverage of some of their more advanced capabilities.

We hope you can make it to the session on July 14th and to the virtual developer island. We’re really looking forward to showing you what’s new and upcoming in the Runtime SDKs, and we can’t wait to chat with you and learn about how you’re using the Runtime SDKs in your work.

About the authors

Nick Furness

Nick Furness is a Product Manager for the ArcGIS Maps SDKs for Native Apps, and Game Engines, specializing in Swift and iOS. He's spent over 20 years working in the GIS space building projects ranging from small mom-and-pop solutions all the way up to enterprise utility and national government deployments. Nick presents at various Esri Developer Summits, the User Conference, and many other events, almost always talking about something to do with the Native Maps SDKs although you might find the odd bit of JavaScript thrown in there.


Rex Hansen is a Product Manager for the ArcGIS Maps SDKs for Native Apps and ArcGIS Maps SDKs for Game Engines. He has over 25 years of experience in GIS, spatial analytics, and computer mapping. Currently, he guides the development of native technologies in the GIS industry to use authoritative geospatial content and analysis in offline workflows, photorealistic experiences, and immersive, extended reality solutions.

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