Completed one year with Applications Prototype Lab, ESRI. Its been great, got to work on lots of projects, met amazing people and learnt a lot in the process. Here are a few pics of my work place … enjoy! Read the rest of this entry »
A recording of my recent Live training Seminar “Building Applications with ArcGIS Server Using the Java Platform” is now live on the ESRI Training and Education Web Site as a free Training Seminar.
Here is the link: http://training.esri.com/acb2000/showdetl.cfm?DID=6&Product_ID=909
Just back from the Live Training Seminar on Bulding application for ArcGIS Server using Java platform. For the folks who dint tune it, it will be available in two weeks as an recorded seminar on the ESRI training site.
I was the “Subject Matter Expert”/ Co-presenter along with Allan Hammersmith. This was a technical seminar focussed on building JSF based web applications using the Java Web ADF. We showed how to build a simple web app with just a map and maptools (zoomin,zoomout….) and then built on this demo to add the table of contents and a custom task.
We did have a extensive Q&A session and the whole presentation lasted around 60 mins. We had good response for the webcast and counted approx 1000 users logged in from 10 different countries.
Overall a nice experience and was also given the “WebCast SuperHero” certificate for all the hard work put in. Thank you Tasha, I’ll take it.
The dates for ESRI Developer Summit 2008 are announced – March 17-20 at the same old place in Palm Springs, CA
If you are a developer or an all-in-one superhero managing and coding and supporting ArcGIS and its developer products you should be attending. There is minimal marketing and lots of code, the best part is you get to meet the developers of your fav product and other supporting staff.