The highlight of the summit will be the Keynote Session featuring consultant and author David Chappell. Chappell will deliver the Keynote Address on cloud platforms and discuss how this fast-evolving technology impacts developers and their work. Chappell helps people worldwide understand and make better decisions about new technology. He has been the keynote speaker at conferences, events, and universities around the globe, including last year's DevSummit.
This year's DevSummit will have twice as many presentations as last year. Topics will include best practices, implementing security for applications, and mobile and Web Mapping API application development. Presentations will also be more in sync with the technical sessions, allowing attendance at both.
ESRI will also have a Meet the Team gathering at the summit, where attendees will be able to mingle and talk with ESRI developers. They will give expert guidance on geographic information system (GIS) programming and discuss core GIS concepts as well as the customization and extension of GIS applications.
For more information on the 2010 ESRI Developer Summit, please visit www.esri.com/devsummit.
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Contact: Matthew DeMeritt, ESRI
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2010 ESRI Developer Summit
Matthew DeMeritt of ESRI
Phone: +1-909-793-2853, ext .1-2930