I hope you all had a lovely summer and enjoyed the holidays! Time to get serious - next NoSQL meet-up is right around the corner. Be there or be square :)
On 1st October 2014 from 19:00 onwards, NoSQL User group Cologne will welcome you with free snacks, refreshing soft drinks and, of course, Leckere Kölsch. The entrance is also for free.
Please RSVP, so we have time to stock up.
This time we will welcome Robert Stupp. Robert will tell us about:
"Apache Cassandra Introduction"
• Where Apache Cassandra comes from (some history)
• Apache Cassandra design principles
• What Apache Cassandra differentiates from other NoSQL databases
• Introduction to CQL (Cassandra Query Language)
• How to access Apache Cassandra from your application
• Introduction to Apache Cassandra clusters
• Notes about upcoming Apache Cassandra 2.1 release
• Keep in contact - how to get more information - how to get questions answered - how to become active in the community
Presentation slides will be in English. The presentation itself can be held in German or English (depending on the audience).
Robert started his professional IT career in 1995 and is specialized on high-volume backend data processing with strong knowledge about coding and networks.
He's a contributor to the Apache Cassandra open source community and currently active with Cassandra's 3.0 feature "user defined functions".
Beside that he held Cassandra presentations and workshops as part of his previous projects.