Get Organized With The 2012 Esri DevSummit Online Agenda

Are you planning on attending the annual Esri DevSummit this March in Palm Springs CA? If so you can start planning your week as the online agenda planner and schedule of talks and presentations is now online.  With sessions taking place Monday March26 – March 29 there’s a ton to select from so start your planning early!

A number of session types are planned including live demos, keynote talks, lightning talks, technical sessions, user presentations and more. Topics are vast and include all the hottest trends in Geo including: the Cloud, HTML5, iOS, Android, Silverlight, Windows Phone, Flex, Python and more. Check out the agenda planner HERE

See also the DevSummit homepage  – Save the Date, March 26-29, 2012 – see Twitter hashtag #DevSummit

 

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