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Jerry Sievert





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Past events Jerry Sievert attended

  • Thursday
    Nov 14 2013
    Cascadia JS
    9am through Friday, November 15 at 5pm
    Moda Hotel

    CascadiaJS is a two-day conference on the cutting edge of JavaScript. Browser, server, OS – we cover it all.

  • Friday
    Oct 18 2013
    Realtime Conference
    10am through Saturday, October 19 at 6pm
    Sandbox Studios

    RealtimeConf is a not-for-profit event assembling the diverse developers and doers who push forward the bleeding edge of the web.

    We put our whole crazy/creative/risky hearts into the event in the hopes you will too.

    Our mission is to help you bring open communication to the Open Web.

  • Monday
    Jul 8 2013
    Esri User Conference
    8am through Friday, July 12 at 5pm
    San Diego Convention Center

    With nearly 1,000 seminars, the 2013 UC will cover everything from the emerging trends of the big data movement, to BI integration of location analytics, the evolution of the “apps” space, and the continued development of the cloud.

    Take this opportunity to get connected with other registered attendees who share your passion to explore the world through GIS. United we map!

  • Tuesday
    Jun 18 2013
    Open Source Bridge
    9am through Friday, June 21 at 6pm
    Eliot Center

    Open Source Bridge is an open source developers conference, focused on bringing people from a range of technology backgrounds together to share their knowledge and explore what it means to be an open source citizen.

  • Tuesday
    May 28 2013
    3pm through Saturday, June 1 at 4pm
    Amelia Island Resort

    JSConf is a unique conference organization, because we aren't really a conference organization at all. We are a very loose federation of developers who share the same general idea about how a technical conference should be held. We don't believe that one model or process fits all communities, in fact we are big advocates of locally run events driven by passionate individuals dedicated to the community. We make events that aren't from the standard conference playbook because we believe you (attendees, speakers, and sponsors) deserve more than that. We focus on two things, pushing the boundaries of what is thought to be conceivable with JS and providing exceptional human social activities that encourage community and friendship building. That sets the general tone for each of our events and from there, local individuals from each region drive the conference to its own incredible level of excellence. Our mission is to make the technology community better, more diverse, and more human; in short, we just want to make things better. JSConf does not focus on what is popular or cool now, but on topics that define and revolutionize the following year of technology. We have been the launching point for some of the most revolutionary products, services, and technologies on the web. We have also been the inspiration point and support base for a wide range of conferences beyond the "JSConf" name.

  • Thursday
    May 16 2013
    NodePDX 2013
    9am through Friday, May 17 at 5pm


    They're taking the world by storm. Quad coptors, remote control Lego Trains, Robots, cybernetic implants. The hardware world is being revolutionized in so many ways and JavaScript with Node.js is charging ahead. We're aiming to push that charge forward with a track dedicated to hardware hacking, so bring your ideas, your hardware, your code & let's hack.


    Code, it's in every thing we touch these days. JavaScript is stepping into new code realms everyday, in the browser, server, phone, databases, map reductions, your house and even in places we've no idea yet. Where are we heading next with JavaScript, what else should we do with it? Come hear about and contribute to the coolest developments in the world of JavaScript.


    We love this stuff. We love building things. We do this for the fun of it and because we just can't not do it! We love that it provides so much monetary value to society, as companies actually pay us to do this stuff. Otherwise we'd be starving artists, and we're cool with good food.

  • Sunday
    Mar 24 2013
    Esri Dev Summit Hackathon

    Check out the new ArcGIS for Developers and use it to build the best app at the Esri Dev Summit Hackathon starting at 1:00pm on Sunday, March 24th and Monday, March 25th!

    Kicking off our Annual DevSummit festivities, hackathon teams will meet (or join online) from 1pm, March 24 and until Monday, March 25th at 10:30am the following day. Participating teams will then present their best location-based project, using the brand new ArcGIS for Developers site and data provided by the County of Riverside!

    Food and drinks will be provided to all teams who compete on site, and best wishes delivered to all of our remote participants! Each team will have an opportunity to present their work, and an panel of judges will review presenting teams to deem one app the best, awarding prizes and the chance to do a quick presentation in front of the entire Dev Summit audience!

  • Esri Developer Summit
    8:30am through Thursday, March 28 at 5pm
    Palm Springs Convention Center

    Join a couple thousand developers and geo-technologists as we introduce ArcGIS 10.2, the latest location-based platform, set to release this June. Discover all the new Runtime SDKs, check out the most innovative applications using this new technology and meet the people behind our next level mapping continuum.

  • Thursday
    Feb 7 2013
    PDX Node
    Walmart Labs

    Join us for the first meeting of the Portland Node users group. We'll have food, code, and a lovely presentation about Terraformer from Esri by Jerry Sievert.

    --What is Terraformer?--

    Terraformer is a library for converting geographic data between different mapping formats and GeoJSON. But it's more than that, it's a Geo-Toolkit that works in node as well as in the browser via AMD or CommonJS, providing tools for reading and writing from multiple geo formats, converting to and from web mercator, an RTree index, and some simple polygon tools.

    You can check it out at https://github.com/geoloqi/Terraformer

    We'll also get cracking on what direction we'd like to take the group!

  • Wednesday
    Jan 16 2013
    Lunch 2.0

    Let's start the new year off with the folks at Geoloqi (who were recently acquired by Esri)!


  • Thursday
    Nov 8 2012
    9am through Friday, November 9 at 6pm
    Hub Seattle
  • Tuesday
    Oct 23 2012
    Keeping it Realtime 2012
    9am through Wednesday, October 24 at 7pm


    We asked ourselves, "What would an ideal realtime conference look like? Let's do that." 2011 was a blast and we can't wait to do it again.

    Everyone gets more out of conferences that are centered on making connections. No elitists here—you'll talk to everyone.