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SFBay Apache Lucene/Solr Meetup Message Board › Solr Training Pilot at Lucid Imagination

Solr Training Pilot at Lucid Imagination

Bob W.
San Mateo, CA
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-- This class is full. Thank you for your interest. I will post future pilot classes here. --

Lucid Imagination looking for people to participate in a free, pilot delivery a new course, Basic Search Application Development with Solr. The delivery will be Aug. 4-5 from 9:00am-5:00pm each day at our HQ in Redwood City. Please contact me if you are interested in attending. The class description is below.

Basic Search Application Development with Solr is a two-day instructor-led hands-on course written and led by Lucid Certified instructors. This class is designed to expose developers, search specialists and system administrators with little or no Solr development experience to implementing Solr's core feature set. Starting from a fresh download from the Apache Solr project site, we will guide you step-by-step through the process of building a fully functional search application.

This Course Covers

  • Installing & running Solr
  • Schema design
  • Adding & deleting content
  • Using common query types & query parameters
  • Faceting & filtering
  • Improving the quality of your search results
  • Using APIs to import content & to execute queries
  • Solr configuration & administration
  • Planning for growth

Who should attend
This course is intended for search developers, system administrators and web developers with little or no Solr development experience.


  • Familiarity with using a command line (console, shell) to execute basic commands
  • Experience developing web applications in Java, PHP, Ruby or similar languages

A former member
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Hi, is anybody headed to this training tomorrow from Oakland or Rockridge? I'm planning a convoluted journey involving taxis and friends. Thought I'd check if anybody might want to carpool.
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