As the uncertainty grows concerning the spread of the coronavirus outbreak you may have noticed that a number of big conferences (Google I/O, AdobeMAX) have been canceled or rescheduled as virtual/online events as a result. Most recently, Esri has announced that the annual developer conference, DevSummit, that was to take place in Palm Springs, CA the week of March 10, 2020, will now be a virtual, online event.
The live stream will take place Tuesday, March 10, 2020 commencing at 8:30 AM PDT.
Note, the plenary will be livestreamed and recorded. The tech workshops will also be recorded, but they will not be live. Recordings will be made available through YouTube.
From Esri: Join us online March 10 at 8:30 a.m. (PDT) to see our users showcase their incredible work and watch Esri employees demo cutting-edge geospatial technology.
Be sure to follow @EsriDevsummit on Twitter for updates.
In light of growing concerns around COVID-19, the Esri Developer Summit will be a virtual event & not a live in-person conference. It’s been a difficult decision, but our priority remains the health & wellbeing of our users & staff. More info: https://t.co/d3NlHnSsNm #DevSummit pic.twitter.com/FLtdvVtQR2
— Esri DevSummit (@EsriDevSummit) March 6, 2020