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Tuesday, March 25, 2008

2008 ESRI BPC and Developer Summit Slides


Thank you to all of you who attended and caught up with members of the ArcPad team at the 2008 ESRI Business Partners Conference and/or the ESRI Developer Summit held in Palm Springs.

We always enjoy the opportunity to meet up with you in person and discuss your ArcPad mobile GIS applications, requirements and (on of course very rare occasions) gripes :)

Craig and I presented a session on customising ArcPad at the Developer Summit. We were very pleased with your responses and questions, especially regarding the new capabilities introduced in ArcPad 7.1, that you are now adopting in your own applications. In particular new features in ArcPad 7.1, such as the new AXF database capabilties, which we like to describe as a "lightweight geodatabase", and QueryForms are being very well received.

The slides for this presentation are now available online :

http://downloads2.esri.com/EDN/downloads/other_/programming_and_design_patterns_for_arcpad.pdf

Finally, some of you may be interested in how Craig and I prepare for a presentation. Below is a behind the scenes photo mosaic, moments before the presentation room is filled with people. Craig likes to pretend he's a band member of Aerosmith to clear is vocal chords. I'm out of shot, playing the air guitar of course.



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5 Comments:

  • At Wednesday, March 26, 2008 4:54:00 am, Blogger Rob Elkins said…

    What is Craig doing?

    :)

     
  • At Friday, March 28, 2008 5:29:00 am, Blogger PersiCana said…

    hey
    I am a GIS student in BCIT, vancouver ,Canada.As a part of my Training I am working on my project " Upgradding ArcPad Applications".I have problem to convert Map projecton between two zones (zone 15 to 16 or ) Programmatically, but I have no Idea hoe to do thaty.
    would you please help me or indtroduce me some usfull hints and sources about that.
    I tried esri site several times but I could not find any thing useful there.

     
  • At Monday, March 31, 2008 3:23:00 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    The photomosaic is great. How did you create it?

     
  • At Monday, March 31, 2008 6:50:00 pm, Blogger Elvin Slavik said…

    'PersiCana', there are many way to achieve what you want. One way is to open your dat ain ArcMap, then change the coordinate system of the view to the desired output projection. Then export the layer, in the prejection of the map.

     
  • At Monday, March 31, 2008 6:52:00 pm, Blogger Elvin Slavik said…

    The mosaic was created using the 'stitch' mode on my Canon IXUS 70 camera and then usin gth edesktop software that comes with it to mosaic multiple images into a single file.

     

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