•   about 6 years ago

Best Use of Esri Wins $5,000 ($2,500 cash, $2,500 valued ArcGIS Online Subscription)

Hey folks, even though Esri is not listed on the prize's, don't be fooled, Esri's giving away $5,000 worth of prizes! Best use of Esri wins $5,000 ($2,500 cash, $2,500 valued ArcGIS Online Subscription).

Reference the following important resource links and ask Esri questions during TechCrunch Disrupt SF Hackathon.

Our Prize:
Best use of Esri ArcGIS mapping technology wins $5,000 prize ($2500 cash, plus $2500 ArcGIS Online subscription).

Get Started with Esri:
Sign-up for a free developer account at http://developers.arcgis.com using voucher, DISRUPTSF15.

• Documentation: https://developers.arcgis.com/documentation/. There you will find API documentation, conceptual help, and thousands of running sample applications.

• GitHub & Esri: https://github.com/Esri. Find hundreds of open source code and projects you can leverage and participate in to pair with Esri’s ArcGIS mapping platform on Github.

• Data: http://doc.arcgis.com/en/living-atlas. Access authoritative ready-to-use data on thousands of topics. Combine this information with your own work to create new maps and apps. Topics available include Imagery, Basemaps, Historical Maps, Demographics & Lifestyle, Landscape/Weather, Earth Observations, Urban Systems, Transportation, Boundaries & Places and more.

What is Esri’s ArcGIS Platform?
ArcGIS is the Location Platform for Apps. Quickly geo-enable your apps using Esri's online services and SDKs. Develop in the API of your choice and deploy on any device. Our Developer Accounts provide you access to ready-to-use content (points of interest, demographics etc), Geofencing (Geotrigger Service), Directions & routing, Spatial Analysis, Offline support, Visualization, Geocoding, Imagery, and more.

Where do I find Esri at Disrupt? How do I contact you?
Stop by Esri’s table during the event to learn more. We will have full stack developers’ onsite to support your hacks into the wee hours of the night!
Reach us at, startups@esri.com or @EsriStartups or learn more on the TechCrunch Devpost website: http://disruptsf2015.devpost.com/details/apis


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