March is almost here, Spring is in the air, and for the crew here at GEO Jobe that means DevSummit is just around the corner – always a big week for us! So why do we look forward to DevSummit each year? In addition to this being our chance to hear directly from Esri Developers and software engineers, the week is also a great team building time for us, an educational opportunity, and provides some important networking. A little sunshine is always a nice bonus too!
We reached out to our team and are glad to share what we are all looking forward to this year at DevSummit.
Ken Doman, GEO Jobe Solution Engineer @raykendo
I”m excited about attending the ESRI Developer Summit in a couple weeks. This will be my third time attending, and my second time presenting. The Developer Summit is a great opportunity to chat with the people behind the products that ESRI offers. I look forward to discussing tech and presenting my laundry list of issues with the helpful developers and staff at ESRI. Putting a human face and voice to the names I see in the forums makes me understand them more. I also look forward to seeing what other people are doing with the technology, and what challenges ESRI will attempt next. As a presenter, I’m delighted to talk about my Chrome plugin for ArcGIS REST Services. It’s scheduled for Wednesday, March 7 in Mesquite C from 4:00 pm – 4:25 pm. I hope to see you there!
David Hansen, GEO Jobe COO @dhansen601
From David… Shortly I’ll be in Palm Springs, CA for the Esri Business Partner Conference and I will be staying the whole week so I can also attend the Esri Developer Summit. This will be my 5th consecutive year engaging in this spring ritual, but it will be my first conference as GEO Jobe’s COO. This annual trip is something I have come to look forward to for many reason. On this trip, I get to see my friends in the industry ( along with making new friends ), learn about new tech, and I get to bring my ideas, concerns, and questions directly to Esri staff. I’m looking forward to seeing you all out there. If you see me walking around, then please come up to me and say hi. I love talking with everyone. Last year I sat down after the conference and filmed a post-event interview which was fun – perhaps we’ll do it again! See you in Palm Springs!
Neill Jobe, CEO @NeillJobe
This will be my 11th EPC and visit to Palm Springs. Find me Monday in the Solutions Expo at booth #113, near the Startup Zone and right beside the bar! What I’m looking forward to:
- Meeting up with friends that I’ve come to know over the last 18yrs.
- Checking out the new Esri tech, where they’re headed, what’s new, etc.
- Visiting the Startups Zone. Love to hear about new ways the technology is being used other than how to map a water meter.
- The weather in Palm Springs
What I’m hoping to learn.
- More about ArcGIS Pro and its LiDAR classification tools and feature extraction capabilities.
- Support for 3D meshes and higher level of detail caches in webscenes.
Nick Lawalin, Solution Engineer @nicklawalin
Nick is a long-time GEO Jobe-er, having advanced to a senior developer position after several years of experience and dedication to the company. Note, Nick focuses on education and learning while at DevSummit, polishing his skills in various programming languages and getting up to speed on ArcGIS enterprise scale solutions that he will implement with our clients. Note, Nick is also a defending Dodgeball Champ and hopes to join a team to repeat again in 2018! From Nick… “I always keep a list of “issues” I run into throughout the year. I look forward to walking the floor and picking the brains of the people that build the software to get their insights.”
Glenn Letham, CMO @gletham
Thanks for listening and we look forward to seeing you i Palm Springs. Be sure to check out our Story Map for more about our planned activities!
- Esri EPC
- Esri DevSummit
- Geo Jobe EPC StoryMap
- Twitter @esridevsummit
- DevSummit online Agenda
- Geo Devs, Time to Think About Esri DevSummit! Looking back at 2017 and Forward to 2018
See also our news release, GEO Jobe to share “The Power of GIS, Simplified” at the 2018 Esri Partner Conference and DevSummit