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User Presentations

Submit an abstract for a presentation at the Developer Summit and share the important work you do with GIS technology. It's a great way to showcase how your organization’s solutions help solve real-world problems.

Abstract submission guidelines

Submit your abstract now through July 31, 2018

When you submit your idea, please include the following information:

  • Author/Presenter name(s)
  • Presentation title (10 words or fewer)
  • Your organization's name
  • Complete address, phone, and e-mail information
  • Brief presenter biography (200 characters or fewer)
  • Abstract (500 characters or fewer that accurately describes the content of your talk)

Here are a few examples of  presentations from previous DevSummits:

  • Mapping with Amazon Alexa
  • ArcGIS and Automatic Object Recognition
  • Building Android Location Awareness with ArcGIS GeoEvent Server
  • Angular2 and ArcGIS API for JavaScript: a World of Endless Possibilities
  • Supercharge Your App with AMP and AWS CloudFront
  • Building Automated Tests for Python Toolbox Tools
  • Pretty Charts: Data Viz Options for GIS Developers
  • Bridging the Gap: a Holistic Approach to Automation and Web DevOps

Preparing your talk

Your presentation can be in any format: Powerpoint, Prezi, Reveal, Keynote, video, or whatever presentation tool you are most comfortable with. You will be running this presentation on your own machine, as long as it supports either HDMI, VGA, or Mini-Display. You have 20 minutes to give your talk, so practice makes perfect. A good suggestion is to practice your content down to 15 minutes, leaving 5 minutes for questions from the audience. Please also ensure that the primary language of your presentation is English.

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