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Pre-DevSummit Hands-on Workshops -- the Best Way to Start

The pre-conference (pre-con) workshops at the Esri Developer Summit (DevSummit) in Palm Springs on Sunday, March 5th and Monday, March 6th are the best way to kick off the conference. What better way to ramp yourself up on Esri’s latest and greatest technology? Year after year, we receive more of a demand for the pre-con workshops, so we grow it each year. On top of this, we add topics that DevSummit attendees have asked for and that are most relevant for building on the ArcGIS platform.

The following table is a set of hands-on workshops in some of the newest ArcGIS technologies and techniques. Esri engineers are hopping off their projects for a few days to work with you directly, so that you can learn from them how to use the tools and products they built.

Build Native Apps Using AppStudio for ArcGIS
Using Survey123
Building Ambitious Applications Integrated with ArcGIS Online / Portal
Programming with the ArcGIS Pro .NET SDK
Introduction to Programming with the ArcGIS Python API
Introduction to the ArcGIS API for JavaScript
Deploying Portal for ArcGIS

The following table is a set of hands-on training courses, built and delivered by highly rated tech training vendor Accelebrate, ranging from annually popular topics like JavaScript, Python, Angular, and web app design, to brand new courses like Xamarin, Node.js, and programming with the R statistical computing language and environment.

Responsive Web Design Version 3.0
Advanced JavaScript
Introduction to Angular
Introduction to Python Programming
Introduction to Data Science with Python
Introduction to Cross-Platform Development with Xamarin
Introduction to Node
Introduction to R Programming for Programmers

Seats are limited and fill up fast so grab yours as soon as possible. As usual, we keep the costs down by hosting these courses on a “bring your own machine” basis. I mean, we developers like to use our own machines anyway, right? You’ll get a continental breakfast each morning, a hearty group lunch, and coffee breaks throughout.

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Link for signing up to attend these workshops:

About the author

Amy is the Developer Community Manager in Product Management. She has an MA in English Literature and Composition and an MBA with a focus on Global Business. Follow the @EsriDevs and @EsriDevEvents accounts on Twitter for updates on developer community events and happenings!

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