My Favorite Tweets from the ESRI BPC / Devsummit - Day 4

by James Richards March 24, 2010

Presenting day 4 of my favorite tweets from the ESRI Business Partners Conference / Developer Summit. A lot more tweets coming through today with the #devsummit hash tag than there were the first two days with the #esri_bpc hash tag. My unscientific conclusion is that developers use Twitter more than business types.

  • @trbaker Where are your #Twitter followers? GeoTweeters: #devsummit #gis #socialnetworking - via @geoinformacao
  • Sweet! We wom the mashup challenge! Plus big shout out to @dbouwman from #esri #devsummit - via @bnoyle
  • #ESRI #mashup challenge winners now online at #DevSummit #esridevsummit - via @giseducation
  • Recently "mashup," now "cloud." Keywords we get to listen to for a while. #devsummit - via @RealIdahoBoy
  • David Chappell: "Startups love cloud platforms. They allow startups to fail fast and cheaply (or even free)." #devsummit - via @ChrisSpagnuolo
  • Hopefully Chappell will show how expensive windows azure is. #devsummit - via @cageyjames
  • #esri story on cloud computing is good, but still need more info on cost/time to scale and a move away from ELA only needed #devsummit - via @bnoyle
  • Spatial data stored in user tables, can be accessed via SQL #devsummit - via @TrippingTheBits
  • It is odd to me tho that complex maps perform better using SHP in AGS. #devsummit - via @kirrilian
  • The Flex editor is nice, but worry some will forget to use tools in the context of a workflow. Don't re-create ArcEditor in Flex! #DevSummit - via @dbouwman
  • New to ArcGIS 10: Query Layers = layers based on real SQL queries! #devsummit - via @TrippingTheBits
  • Sounds like FGDB API is still a ways off #devsummit - via @cageyjames
  • No support for Annotation, Relationships, Networks, Topologies, Representations, Terrains and Parcel Fabrics in FGDB API #devsummit - via @cageyjames
  • Sweet. Ed architecting a SQL compatible geocode soln. Off the cuff in response to question #devsummit - via @bnoyle
  • Browser usage in demos: Firefox = most, Chrome = a couple, IE = NONE. #devsummit - via @gadtweet
  • REST extension URLs: /serverUrl/exts/extName/extMethod #devsummit - via @TrippingTheBits
  • Woah, add AGS Inet connection to ArcMap, right-click, choose Edit Features, makes local copy, sync back to db #devsummit - via @TrippingTheBits
  • #devsummit ver 2 of esri #silverlight API built on #VS2010 and #SL4. New widgets for editing,time,and feature data editing in toolkit. - via @cfemmer
  • #devsummit @SharpGIS is spreading the #SL goodness. woot for binding and commanding! - via @jrockers
  • Playing with ArcGIS Explorer sdk...pretty awesome! A lot more control than I expected! #devsummit - via @NateStrout
  • iPhone SDK for AGS Server interesting. If only I had a Mac for development.... #devsummit - via @northpointgis
  • MS Surface demo, picking AGOL sources and dropping onto a map is slick! #DevSummit - via @geeknixta
  • #devsummit Iphone SDK will work with iPad and iTouch too. SDK assumes always on connection. - via @jshek

For newcomers to the series, here are my day 1, day 2 and day 3 favorites.


Tags: , , , , , ,



3/25/2010 3:42:52 PM #


My Favorite Tweets from the ESRI BPC / Devsummit - Day 5

My Favorite Tweets from the ESRI BPC / Devsummit - Day 5

Programming and the GeoWeb |

Comments are closed

Powered by BlogEngine.NET
Theme by Mads Kristensen | Modified by Mooglegiant
Creative Commons License This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 United States License.


James Richards

Hi, I'm James Richards the CTO and co-founder of Artisan Global LLC. We make location-aware mobile apps with maps. I'm the author of QuakeFeed and I helped launch Zaarly at LASW Feb 2011. I also enjoy surfing, snowboarding, golfing, yoga, and music. I love my family: Linda, Sequoya and our cats Remy and Twiggy. Thanks for stopping by, I hope you find something helpful here.

Subscribe by RSS   Follow me on Twitter   Connect on Facebook   View my profile on LinkedIn

Amazon Associates

Some of my posts may contain Amazon Associates links. I only include these links when it makes sense within the context of the article. If you are in the market for one of these items, please consider clicking on an affiliate link to make your purchase. You still get the same great deal from Amazon and it will help me pay for hosting and bandwidth. Thanks!